If Democrats are ever going to win national elections they obviously need to do a better job of reaching out to religious voters. Most voters are, of course, religious. But there are some voters who clearly vote for candidates based on religious beliefs. With a good message many of those voters would stand with progressive candidates. The Kerry campaign made a start at working with religious voters when they hired an outreach coordinator. Unfortunately, they never made as serious an effort as was called for. This week PBS' Religion & Ethics Newsweekly interviews Mike McCurry and Mara Vanderslice about what the Kerry campaign did right and what needs to be done better the next time around. Click here to view or read the story.