Faith's view of political conventions
As part of the program’s ongoing “2008 Campaign” coverage, managing editor and correspondent Kim Lawton began her series of convention reports on Aug. 22 with a look at the impact of religion on both parties as they head into the November election.
This week, Lawton will be on location in Denver at the Democratic National Convention to examine the Democrat’s new faith-based outreach strategy and the role religion has played during the convention.
The series concludes the week of Sept. 5 with a report from the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis where Lawton will explore the challenges facing the Republicans as they try to hold onto the support of social conservatives and reach out to faith-based moderates.
Log onto Religion and Ethics Newsweekly’s Web site here, R&E 2008 Campaign, or you can watch the show on your local public television station. The program can be seen in the Oklahoma City area at 2:30 p.m. Sunday on OETA-13.
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