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Faith in the 2012 Election Faith in the 2012 Election
Religion emerged as an important issue in the 2012 presidential campaign. The personal religious identity of President Barack Obama and the Republican candidate, Governor...

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Commentary on the Election Commentary on the Election
This collection gathers together key statements from politicians, campaign officials, journalists, and others as they analyze and react to the role of religion in the 2012...

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Ahmed Vanya, Engineer and Muslim Voter from California, on Why Mitt Romney Will Have Trouble Getting Support from Muslim Voters

October 30, 2012
Muslims need tough love, not soft coddling to get over their illusions of Islamist fantasies. Many Muslims are not going to be happy with the way Romney would handle the civil rights issues. Even if he follows exactly the same policies as Obama, he would be perceived as worse for the Muslims.