Mandel, GOP candidates fight for evangelical voters

Josh Mandel speaks to a small group of approximately 15 attendees of his Faith and Freedom rally at Faith Harvest Fellowship church in Orrville on Sept. 18.

ORRVILLE, Ohio - As "God Bless the USA" echoed through his rural church, Pastor Jerry O'Brien geared up for a sermon of sorts about politics in America. 

Today's church is too disengaged, said O'Brien, who leads Faith Harvest Fellowship in Orrville. He said Christians don't know enough about elections or the politicians who seek to represent them. 

"We need to inform our people, or the spirit of fear is going to continue to wreak havoc throughout our churches," O'Brien said.

Enter Josh Mandel. 

The former Ohio treasurer visited Faith Harvest Fellowship recently to make his pitch for U.S. Senate, the latest in a series of campaign stops at churches across the state. Mandel uses these events to preach his own gospel, one that's anti-abortion, pro-gun and gives oxygen to debunked claims about the 2020 election. 

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