The South is considered the country’s most religious region, and Democrats hoping to reverse Republican gains there are finding their faith to be a valuable way to connect with voters. Religion always has been a personal matter, so candidates vary in how much they’re willing to talk about their faith. In Kentucky, Democratic U.S. Sen.
Update: Not related, but this race also reminds us that Jason Carter is hoping to ride Grandpa Jimmy’s last name all the way to the Governor’s mansion. We could have a Nunn/Perdue/Carter threefer on the 2014 ballot. I guess that’s exciting? If only we could find a Kennedy to throw in the mix. Update 2: