On Thursday, Vice President Joe Biden and Republican vice presidential nominee Congressman Paul Ryan made history as for the first time, two Roman Catholic candidates faced off in a vice presidential debate. Toward the end of the night, the candidates were asked about the issue of religion. So, this week, Greg Label, assistant professor of political management at George Washington University and veteran of several presidential campaigns, joins Welton to talk about what we heard, despite the limited frame of abortion rights, and about how faith informs VP Biden’s and Rep. Ryan’s politics.

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