In an article for Religion News Service, I make a case for why Hillary Clinton should be doing more to explicitly reach out to non-religious Americans:
There are 56 million Americans without religion and we’re roundly ignored by elected officials. Compare that to the approximately 55 million Hispanic Americans in the country who are routinely seen as key to the election and the focal point of many of our political debates.
… We’re not asking her to change her views or enact radical policies. We’re not asking her to denounce her Methodist upbringing. All we’re asking, by and large, is for public assurances that faith will not trump reason in a Clinton administration.
The full piece is right here.