Some people take a lot of nonpolitical factors into account when they vote for a political office seeker. How much does religion play in the electoral process for you?
Do you prefer candidates who share your faith, candidates who have at least some faith, or candidates who don’t claim to be deity themselves?
It works the same in reverse. Perhaps candidates who seem to brag about their faith (or just mention it) are a major turnoff for you.
Some candidates will work their religious affiliation into whatever ads that feature their candidacy.”
“My name is Ralph Fudge and I approve this message. I also go to church every Sunday.”
“Hi, I’m Bruce Wallop, but you might recognize me better as Bishop Wallop.”
Bringing religion into a political campaign, especially in Utah, seems risky. There are plenty of churchgoers who might think more highly of candidates if they somehow manage to squeeze in the fact that they served a church mission to the Galapagos…