In Battleground Ohio, Catholic Voters Apply Faith in Different Ways

NPR’s Sonari Glinton reports on the important role the Catholic vote will play in deciding which presidential candidate wins Ohio. “The party that wins the Catholic vote in Ohio usually wins the state—and the winner in Ohio nearly always wins the election,” writes Glinton. With a Catholic vice-presidential candidate on each ticket, Joe Biden and Paul Ryan represent “two great themes in Catholics’ politics,” says Vincent Miller, who teaches religion at the University of Dayton in Ohio.

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