The breaking news this morning is that Mitt Romney has selected Paul Ryan of Wisconsin as his running mate. That’s the sort of breaking news this type of extended debate is not really equipped to keep up with. I’m sure the blogs will be filled with commentary today. If either of our participating authors blog on that, I’ll link to it from here, but we won’t have an immediate question on running mates.
Our introductory question is:
How does your faith inform your decisions during this election season, including both thinking and actions leading up to the election (involvement, etc) and your vote?
Your participants are Elgin Hushbeck, Jr., author of Preserving Democracy, who blogs at Elgin Hushbeck: Politics and Religion, and Bob Cornwall, author of Faith in the Public Square, who blogs at Ponderings on a Faith Journey.