The Christian Post's year-long article series "Politics in the Pews: Evangelical Christian engagement in elections from the Moral Majority to today" analyzes issues about election integrity and new ways of getting out the vote, including churches participating in ballot collection.
With the 2024 presidential election cycle in full swing, the series paints a picture of how Evangelical involvement in politics has evolved from the Moral Majority movement of the 1980s to more organized yet fractured efforts to mobilize Christian voters today.
Our team of reporters looks into issues Evangelicals say matter most to them ahead of the election, as well as the political engagement of politically and ethnically diverse Christian groups.
The series will be updated throughout the year as the election cycle continues. Additionally, CP will release podcast episodes featuring interviews with several top Christian leaders that will accompany the series.
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