Matt Green, associate professor of politics, was quoted in a Catholic News Agency story on the Catholic vote. See below.
From: Catholic News Agency Date: Nov. 5, 2014 Author: Matt Hadro
The 2014 mid-term election is more about the economy and malaise with government than issues traditionally pertinent to Catholic voters, one political expert has said.
But because Catholics make up such a sizable portion of the electorate, their vote plays a significant role in determining the outcome.
"Surveys seem to suggest that the main things that voters care about, regardless of their religious background, include the economy, which affects everybody, and general unhappiness with government. And incumbents," Dr. Matthew Green, professor of politics at The Catholic University of America, told CNA.
Read more about Green's expertise .