It may seem like overtly religion-driven appeals for votes are less frequent this election than in years past, but a closer look reveals that faith-based electioneering is still pervasive, especially at the local level. Meanwhile, non-believers are still viewed with suspicion by many Americans. That’s despite the growing number of Americans who identify as religiously-unaffiliated. Larry Decker, Executive Director of the Secular Coalition for America, speaks with Welton about one bold attempt to remedy this situation – the Reason Rally this weekend at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. You’ll find out what to expect at the event and what needs to happen for our nation’s leaders to give secular voters their due.