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The element of faith has been a highly discussed part of the upcoming presidential election. Both Donald Trump and Joe Biden are looking to court the Evangelical vote as well as votes from others who identify as people of faith.
Journalist Adam Wren, a Christian himself, has covered this and all aspects of the election for Politico and Indianapolis Monthly. He joins the show to talk about covering the election, how he thinks Evangelicals and other Christians will vote, and what each candidate is doing to court the votes of Christians. This conversation is not intended to sway your vote one way or the other, but rather shed light on how the element of faith plays into this election and the campaigns of each candidate.
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