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EDITOR'S NOTE: Permit me to add a Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) "amen" to Kristof's musing.

With a churchgoing Democrat in the White House, faith becomes more complicated in America. Thank God.

By NICHOLAS KRISTOF

By COLMON ELRIDGE

Kentucky Democratic Party Chair 

We have faced a challenging year. Together, we have endured a global pandemic that has put the health and financial well-being of hundreds of thousands of Kentuckians at risk. More than 5,000 families, like mine, are grieving the loss of loved ones, and countless others are mourning friends and neighbors. Many of our communities have suffered destructive ice storms and flooding. Our small businesses have struggled. Put simply: Kentuckians need help.

By MARSHALL WARD

The U.S. is again approaching a crucial point in our right to vote. The result will either be the biggest advance since the landmark Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts in 1964/65, or the biggest setback since the start of Jim Crow in the 1870s.

From the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services