The Rev. Keith Mannes speaks at a rally on Oct. 23 in Canton, Ohio, for Vote Common Good, a coalition of evangelical Christians that has traveled to swing states this summer to speak out against President Trump.

“In late August, he made an agreement with church leaders and deacons to go on ‘vacation’ and travel solo to Charlottesville, Va., to take part on a 10-day walk to Washington, D.C., with Vote Common Good, a group of progressive evangelicals who aim to convince the faithful to vote against the president. The pilgrimage marked two years since the nation saw white supremacists with torches converge on Charlottesville, chanting, ‘Jews will not replace us,’ and ‘Blood and soil.’”

—“The pastor thought Trump was ‘evil.’ So he quit his conservative church” in the Los Angeles Times

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