It wasn't enough for Elizabeth Dole to claim that "our love of God" is at stake in this election, implying that sending Democrats to Washington puts love of family and God at risk. Dole now has an ad out showing a picture of Kay Hagan with a woman's voice saying, "there is no God." The ad is creating the confusion the Dole campaign wanted. We received one call today from a woman who said, "Kay Hagan said there is no God." We fortunately were able to help her with correct information.
Kay Hagan is an elder in her church. She teaches Sunday School and serves through mission trips. She and her family also give back to their local community. On Christmas mornings the Hagan family cooks breakfast for the staff and residents at the Bell House, a residence for people with severe disabilities.
The Greensboro News & Record covered the story this morning.
“I can’t tell you how upset I am that Elizabeth Dole is attacking my strong Christian faith,” Hagan said late Tuesday.
Hagan, who is an elder at First Presbyterian Church, said she is incensed by the ad because at the end it shows her picture with a female voice saying, “There is no God.”
Elizabeth Dole is running an ugly, negative campaign. It's hard to imagine she will be able to hold her head high in public after slithering on her belly through the mud.