A week after the United States’ election day, this online Georgetown dialogue brought together respected reporters on faith and politics to examine how religious values, voters, and communities shaped the debate and affected the outcome of the election. They looked back at what issues, strategies, and tactics were used by the Trump and Biden campaigns and how effective they were.
This conversation also looked ahead to whether and how the nation can come together after the election, and the roles of religious believers and communities in defending human life and dignity, lifting up “the least of these,” protecting our democracy, and pursuing the common good in a bitterly divided nation.
John Carr, director of the Initiative, moderated the dialogue.
View a list of articles, videos, and other resources for this dialogue.