Rebecca Kleefisch, whom Charlie Sykes finds attractive, told a teabagger group that being a "Christian man" was the first requirement to get her vote as a governor. That seems contrary to the worldview of her sainted Founding Fathers, but it's a free country. A commenter at Blogging Blue suggests that she didn't really mean that.
But her opening remarks to the same teabag group suggest otherwise. She complimented them for praying to start the meeting (to appreciative coo's) and emphasized the importance of Christ-centered leadership. Suggests to me a strict constructionist interpretation of her remarks is appropriate. It is of course her right to hold that position, but having a religious test for office strikes the Brawler as a rather extreme position.
Reported Daniel Bice: "But Kleefisch, who is married to state Rep. Joel Kleefisch, said she was not being so crass as to leverage her private faith to win a public office. That would be wrong."
Maybe not so much. The relevant portion starts around :23.