When asked how a Biden-Harris administration would work with faith leaders, Sen. Kamala Harris, the Democratic Party nominee for vice president, highlighted the campaign’s proposal to establish a “faith-based law enforcement program” in the Department of Justice to help protect faith communities from hate crimes.
As Americans gear up to cast their vote in less than 34 days, one thing is sure, Vice President Pence isn’t taking anything for granted.
This week, Christian Headlines was given exclusive access to travel alongside Vice President Pence during his campaign stop in Atlanta on Wednesday.
As soon as his plane touches down at Dobbins Airforce base outside of Atlanta, Pence did a traditional meet-and-greet with statewide political officials, including Governor Kemp.
Without missing a beat, the caravan crisscrossed through Atlanta for the Vice President to attend a closed-door fundraiser lunch with the party’s faithful.
The participants donated to what is looking to be a record-setting campaign fundraising season.
Pence did not let the grass grow under his feet at Saint Regis. Before long, the caravan crisscrossed again back into Cobb County, a suburb of Atlanta, to attend the Faith and Freedom rally. The rally was hosted by Ralph Reed, who seemed enthusiastic to have the Vice President…