I’ve written before about Bill Keller, who bills himself as the world’s top internet evangelist, campaigning to get people to write in the name of Jesus on the presidential ballot instead of voting for Obama or Romney. Last I checked in, about 250,000 people had pledged to do so. Now his website claims that almost 1.5 million people have joined the crusade. That’s more than 1% of all the people who will vote on Nov. 6.
1.4 Million Voting for Jesus
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