Despite ‘war on Catholics,’ faculty and staff at Catholic universities gave overwhelmingly to Obama

About ninety percent of faculty and administrators from America’s top Catholic universities who contributed to presidential campaigns in 2012 gave to President Obama, a Campus Reform investigation has revealed.

The strong support for President Obama from Catholic schools came despite Democrats’ controversial health care legislation which could force employers to provide contraception for employees even though it is explicitly forbidden under Catholic doctrine.

A Campus Reform investigation revealed that faculty and staff at Catholic universities gave overwhelmingly to President Obama’s reelection campaign.