There was a lot of rhetoric at and around both political conventions that was steeped in the language of faith. So what about the large number of Americans for who religious faith is not a factor? Or the much larger number of Americans with religious convictions, but who are sick of substantive issues being hijacked by religious rhetoric? Welton talks to Edwina Rogers, executive director of the Secular Coalition of America, to find out what the coalition is doing to remind both the campaigns and voters that this November we’re heading to the polls to elect the President of the United States – not the a preacher-in-chief. Click here for extended interview video and transcript.