Advocacy, Education, and Connection for Secular Elected Officials
The number of religiously unaffiliated Americans is growing rapidly; however, this community is severely underrepresented in the political arena. As more and more people are willing to publicly proclaim their lack of religious beliefs or religious affiliation, the bias against this community is beginning to diminish.
At the same time, the lines between religion and government become increasingly blurred as lawmakers at all levels of government and leadership in the White House cater to Christian Nationalists and carry out their political agenda. In the face of this assault on the First Amendment and the religious freedoms it protects, Secular Elected Officials must be vigilant in protecting our Constitution and ensuring that our government protects the freedoms of all faiths and none.