Received this in my email and thought I’d pass it on:

“The presidential campaigns are now officially in full swing, and First Freedom First is urging our supporters to use this opportunity to ask candidates important questions about their views on safeguarding separation of church and state, and protecting religious liberty.

We launched this effort with a series of television and newspaper ads at a time when presidential candidates in both political parties are injecting religion into their campaigns at unprecedented levels. The ads, which ask presidential candidates their positions on a wide range of issues, from end-of-life options to protecting the right of all Americans to worship or not, are designed to help provide a clearer understanding of where candidates stand on key issues at the intersection of religion and politics.

Included on the FFF web site are ten sample questions for voters to ask candidates, such as “Do you think public schools should sponsor school prayer or, as a parent, should this choice be left to me?” and, “Do you think my pharmacist should be allowed to deny me doctor-prescribed medications based on his or her religious beliefs?”
As the primaries are moving through your state, be sure to use this opportunity to ask the candidates these important questions.

(Questions To Ask Candidates via First Freedom First)