A reader writes:

One of your readers says that evangelicals "don't produce "voter guides" because they don't bother with that kind of centralized messaging. " Um...

I spent years in high school and college attending evangelical churches, and fairly small/midsize, not megachurches, and so did many of my friends. And come elections, Christian Coalition representatives would be standing outside the sanctuary handing out their surveys scoring all the candidates, down to local stuff, on essential Christian issues like school redistricting (Jesus was opposed) and of course the death penalty (Jesus was in favor big time). My many, many, many evangelical friends at other churches had the same experience.

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