It’s been well-noted this year, particularly since the primary election in August, that Tulsi Gabbard has a chance to become the first Hindu elected to Congress. But it hasn’t been much of an issue on the campaign.
One recent reference you might have seen was the CNN profile on Gabbard’s general election opponent, homeless Republican Kawika Crowley. In it, the author notes that Crowley “made a bigoted remark about Gabbard’s Hindu religion, saying it doesn’t align with the constitutional foundation of the U.S. government.”
Now, the Washington-based Religion News Service has a closer look at Gabbard’s