The 1960 election between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon was one of the closest in American history, with Kennedy taking the victory. JFK's religious affiliations caused many voters to be wary of his loyalty to American citizens during the election. What religion did JFK practice?

Answer Catholicism

Some voters (and politicians) feared that Kennedy's loyalty would be to the Pope first before his constituents, but he was voted in nonetheless.

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