Religion in Political Campaigns

The U.S. Constitution states, "...no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States." The Secular Coalition for America opposes the use of religion as a qualification for - or against - any person seeking public office.

Governors Should Reject Perry Prayer Invitation, Secular Coalition Says

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today the Secular Coalition for America urged the nation’s governors to reject an invitation from Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) to attend an explicitly Christian August 6 prayer gathering in Houston where Perry says the nation must “call upon Jesus to guide us” and ask for “God’s forgiveness, wisdom and provision.”
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Ignoring Rapture Forecasts, Secular Coalition Plans First-Ever Capitol Hill Strategy Summit

WASHINGTON, D.C. – On the same weekend that followers of a Christian fundamentalist broadcaster believe the world will come to an end, more than 100 nontheistic activists and professionals will meet on Capitol Hill for the first-ever Biennial Strategic Summit held by the Secular Coalition for America, the leading national lobby for nontheistic and secular Americans.
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The 2010 Secular Coalition Senate Scorecard

We've put together a Senate Report Card evaluating each U.S. senator based on five key votes, directly relevant to our community and our issues, during the 111th Congress.   Read more »
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Obama Chooses Divisive Inaugural Pastor

President-elect Obama announced the program for his inauguration this week, and it begins with an invocation from the Rev. Rick Warren, an evangelical mega church pastor. Although Obama and his spokesperson insist his inaugural will be inclusive and offer diverse viewpoints, the choice of two Protestants to open and close the ceremony suggests otherwise.  Read more »

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