With the election drawing near, and another debate around the corner, a constitutional expert stopped by WBKO Wednesday.
Oliver Thomas is an attorney, minister, and a USA Today columnist.
He is an expert on constitutional law, and well versed in the topic of separation of church and state.
Tonight, he talks about the role of religion in this presidential race.
"Mitt Romney was talking about his faith again, in this most recent debate, reassuring the people he believed in God. I think he wants to identify with American voters, yet he's a Mormon, which is unlike most Americans, and we know with some Americans that's an issue. That's ironic, because the only reference to religion in the united states constitution says there shall be no religious test for public office. Yet we continue to talk about candidates' faith," said Thomas.