Church affiliation to run for local offices?
Posted in the Greeneville Forum
#1 Mar 22, 2013
Is that really neccasary?
#2 Mar 22, 2013
It is for this voter. May not be for you and that's your right, but I would not vote for any one who has no home church.
#3 Mar 22, 2013
Presbyterian or Episcopalian - very old money and establishment. Methodist is OK too. First Baptist or Towering Oaks are ok, skip smaller rural Baptist churches. No to Pentecostal, Evangelical, and Catholic is an absolute no-no.
#4 Mar 22, 2013
I have never given any consideration to one's religious affiliation, or lack of same while voting. Why should it matter?
#5 Mar 22, 2013
i have a "home church" though I haven't been in sometime. What if my platform could get this area back on trAck breath new life into agriculture and industry. Would you not vote for me on the sole reason I haven't been in a Pugh recently?
#6 Mar 23, 2013
Separation of Church and State is a must!
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