Okay - trick question; they've been campaigning from the pulpit in black churches around the country for years.
A 2012 Pew Research Center study suggests that black Protestant churchgoers are eight times as likely to hear about political candidates at church as white mainline churchgoers.
“The report shows that black churches have, for lack of a better word, gotten away with it for many years,” said Erik Stanley, senior legal counsel for the Alliance Defending Freedom, who gave advice on the commission report.
A poll from Pew, conducted in the same year, indicates that roughly two-thirds of Americans oppose clerical endorsements. This could pose problems not only for black pasters, but quite obviously, for our friendly Imams in the muslim cells.
In the case of the black churches, the IRS has been willing to give them a pass on such conduct; evidently because the pastors, like union bosses, inevitably support Democratics.