Voting Concerns for People of Faith in the 2020 Elections

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Currents News Staff

Currents News is asking two religious leaders about voting and whether ballots should be linked to faith.

Joining us are Monsignor Guy Massie, pastor of Brooklyn’s Sacred Hearts and Saint Stephen Church and vicar of Ecumenical & Interreligious Affairs for the Brooklyn Diocese, and his friend Rabbi Brad Hirschfield, the president of the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership.

The two discuss what Catholic and Jewish voters should pay most attention to when making their election choices, and what religious voting blocks people of faith may face looking ahead to next November’s presidential election.