This election year, in the midst of a global pandemic and with the Affordable Care Act about to be challenged for the third time before a Supreme Court that is in flux, it’s no surprise health care is a bigger issue than it has been in previous presidential elections.
Health care is key voter concern amid pandemic, changing Supreme Court
In final drive to the election, campaigns go all out for the Catholic vote
Through online events, phone banks aimed at Catholic-heavy counties and specific digital messages and emails citing each candidate’s appeal to Catholics, the campaigns are ensuring that voters who make up the country’s largest religious group know where Trump and Biden stand on key issues.
For candidates and voters, faith plays part in 2020 presidential election
Even though people often advise against talking about religion and politics in public, a recent panel discussion at Georgetown University went there by examining current presidential candidates’ beliefs and how faith plays a role in elections.