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Confrontation Or Conversation?: Religious Right Leaders Ponder Tactics To Tackle Obama

Religious Right forces did everything possible to keep Barack Obama from winning the White House.

Leaders of the movement successfully mobilized their flock at the ballot box. Exit polls show that 74 percent of white born-again Christians voted for Republican candidate John McCain.

But there weren't enough evangelicals to win the presidency for McCain. Now Religious Right strategists are pondering what to do next. Read more

Church Disservice: Candidates, Clergy Mix Religion And Politics Unwisely

Tomorrow, the 2008 election will be over, and the staff at Americans United can finally breathe a sigh of relief.

That relief won't be based on the election's outcome, but rather from no longer having to advocate constantly against the excessive use and abuse of religion in this presidential election -- an abuse committed by both the political left and right. Read more