I voted in the midterm elections yesterday. I’m not going to tell you what candidates I supported–this ministry is intentionally as nonpartisan as possible, hoping to reach people of any and all political persuasions.
The Gospel Coalition is reporting that only 35 to 45 percent of all evangelicals in America voted for Donald Trump— a staggering difference from what other media reports have said evangelicals voted: about 80 percent.
The nation’s attention may be on the presidential election, but there are a number of down-ballot issues of interest to religious and nonreligious voters. Here’s a sampling of what’s being considered and how people of faith are weighing them.