By David Sherfinski
Atheists, agnostics and others religiously unaffiliated say their time is about to come in American politics, insisting that candidates from the federal to the local level will soon have to start trying to win them over.
Buoyed by poll numbers showing religious “nones” growing as a percentage of the U.S. population, the Secular Coalition for America is even trying to highlight candidates who are “nontheists” and says Democrats and Republicans will have to work to win their votes.
“I personally think that this is going to be the last presidential election where we are going to not hear more about the nontheist community,” said Larry Decker, executive director of the group.
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