Faith Leaders Have Final Messages About Tuesday’s Elections

From an AP story by David Crary and Holly Meyer headlined “As midterms near, clergy preach politics and civil lessons”:

Across America, faith leaders have squeezed in some final messages about the midterm elections during their worship services. Some passionately took stands on divisive issues such as immigration and abortion; others pleaded for an easing of the political polarization fracturing their communities and their nation.

“God has no team,” Rabbi David Wolpe told the politically diverse congregation at his Los Angeles synagogue, Sinai Temple.