One Takeaway from Monday night's Republican presidential debate was a religious one. Businessman Herman Cain was pressed on earlier statements he made saying he would not appoint a Muslim to his administration, unless they passed a loyalty test. Cain, who continues to rise in polls, clarified that he said he would not be comfortable having a Muslim in his administration – not that he wouldn’t appoint one.
Are Muslim Americans the next voting bloc to be courted?
Two active Muslim Republicans, Mohamed Elibiary and Suhail Khan take a look at the candidates.