The Best of R&P’s Election Coverage
By The Editors | November 6, 2012
Did you miss any of R&P’s campaign coverage? To mark this November 6th, we bring you our favorite election-themed articles since our launch six months ago.
When Romney Was a Mormon President By Max Perry Mueller | May 1, 2012
Let’s Focus On Policy, Not Just Theology By Amy Sullivan | May 1, 2012
Everything You Need to Know About the HHS Mandate Before the 2012 Elections By Michael Sean Winters | May 1, 2012
Faith Is a Factor for Voters, and Rightly So By Timothy Dalrymple | May 1, 2012
Utah: A Mormon Scholar Meets Latter-Day Libertarians By Matthew Bowman | May 1, 2012
Obama and Jeremiah Wright: Why a Pulled Ad Does Not Mean a Dead Issue By Paul Harvey and Edward J. Blum | June 1, 2012
What Happened to Romney’s “Evangelical Problem”? By John-Charles Duffy | July 9, 2012
What War on Religion? By Tiffany Stanley | August 10, 2012
The Difference a Century Makes: A Tale of Two Ryans By Maria Mazzenga | August 14, 2012
Romney and the Jewish Vote: What I Learned From My 1994 Interview By Robert Israel | August 20, 2012
Mia Love: The Most Interesting Mormon Speaking at the RNC By Max Perry Mueller | August 28, 2012
Meet Derrick Harkins, the Pastor Behind the Democratic Party’s Faith Outreach By Elizabeth Dias | September 6, 2012
Colorado: A Scholar Drives Through a Swing State By Paul Harvey | October 1, 2012
Pastor on Pulpit Freedom Sunday: “Why I Cannot Support Barack Obama for President” By Tiffany Stanley | October 8, 2012
Post-Racial America? The Tangle of Race, Religion, and Citizenship By Judith Weisenfeld | October 24, 2012
Iowa: A Pastor’s Son Notes When Politics Came to the Pulpit By Randall Balmer | October 27, 2012
Is 2012 America’s “Catholic Moment?” By David Gibson | November 2, 2012
The Election By the Numbers: An Interview with Robert P. Jones By Tiffany Stanley | November 5, 2012
The Sunday Before the Election By The Editors | November 5, 2012
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