I have a serious question for evangelicals. I keep hearing stories of evangelical preachers helping to motivate congregations to vote for Huckabee. I personally don't make my way into these congregations very often, so I don't know what to think about these reports. Given the format and topics of my church meetings, my natural inclination is not to believe these reports. I am Mormon, and every time an election comes around, a note is sent out to every congregation in the U.S. This letter reaffirms the fact that the LDS Church doesn't support any particular party or candidate and that the local leaders are not to make any endorsements on behalf of the church. Nor is the church name or resources to be used for any political purposes. This is so much the case that Romney has had a very hard time organizing Mormon supporters to campaign for him. So I'm wondering if the same is true of evangelical faiths, or do preachers really advise congregations to support Huckabee?