Don’t make it a requirement
CHARLES M. REEDER
If you don’t want a candidate for the Supreme Court religious views or religion attack, then don’t make religion a requirement or preference in your choice. As a matter of fact, no candidate for political office should be chosen because of their faith.
Faith is not a requirement for office. When a candidate gives their faith as a qualifier for office, they open themselves up for attacks on their faith.
Democrats are not the only ones who attack another’s religious views — so do Republicans, especially if they are not Christian.