donkey.jpgEarlier this week, God-o-Meter noted that one of the Democrats’ top faith strategists, Eric Sapp of Common Good strategies, had helped the Clinton campaign arrange a Chelsea Clinton church appearance in North Carolina, prompting GOM to wonder aloud if Common Good–the Democrats’ primary faith consulting shop–had officially signed up with Clinton. It turns out that Common Good is still neutral in the race.
But there’s a twist. Common Good has assigned Sapp to be a liaison to the Clinton campaign and Mara Vanderslice, the firm’s other top strategist, to be the liaison for Barack Obama’s campaign. It’s unusual for the principals of a political firm to be split this way–aren’t they just battling each other?–but God-o-Meter’s told that it will get more information next week.


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