We often hear about the role Christian faith plays in Republican politics, but less about the Dems. However, faith is playing a big role in at least one Democratic Senate campaign and they have been more open "playing the faith card" this year overall, including the Biden-Harris ticket. What do you think? Too much religion in politics or a necessary move to counter the GOP's claims to be the party of faith?
Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons writes that Rev. Raphael Warnock's use of faith in his campaign for one of Georgia's US Senate seats is evidence that Democrats have a claim to religious and moral arguments, and they shouldn't be afraid to use them.