Romney and Obama discuss their faith in separate interviews in the summer 2012 issue of Cathedral Age magazine, the quarterly publication of Washington National Cathedral.
The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life offers extensive resources on religion and politics in the 2012 campaign, including candidate profiles and analyses of current and past trends among religious voters.
Read a Nov. 2, 2012 PBS article about one church leaders’ fight against the IRS’ prohibition of religious endorsement of political candidates.
“Religious leaders nationwide defy the IRS to endorse political candidates on ‘pulpit freedom Sunday’”
Read an Oct. 7, 2012, article about religious leaders’ political endorsements of candidates on the basis of religious freedom and freedom of speech.
Read a Nov. 27, 2012, article from The Jewish Week about how Orthodox Jews voted in the 2012 presidential election.
Read a Dec. 15, 2011, article from The Huffington Post about the Orthodox Jewish vote in the 2012 elections.
March 6, 2013, The New York Times op-ed by Carrie Sheffield in which she argues that the Republican Party should shed some of their reliance on religion in order to attract younger voters.
Oct. 4, 2012, analysis of the Millennial Values and Voter Engagement Survey, a joint study by the Public Religion Research Institute and Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs which includes information on the roll religion plays in young voters’ choices. Includes link to full report.
Results of the 2012 Millennial Values survey conducted jointly by Public Religion Research Institute and Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs. It provides an in-depth portrait of younger Millennials ((Americans ages 18-24) on faith, values, and the 2012 election.