Speaking for myself...
I respect others' religious beliefs (ALL religious beliefs). I think it's in poor taste for one to use their religion for political gain, and reprehensible to imply that their religion gives them a "monopoly on morality". If a Christian (or Muslim, or Jewish) candidate has intelligence, integrity and proposes solutions that make sense for the issues that concern me, I would vote for that person.
I don't dislike Christians, I dislike candidates who 'run on religion' as if it were "proof" of their morality, values and integrity. It is not! I don't dislike Christianity, I dislike the 'Separation of Church and State' doctrine being disregarded and Christianity used to legislate morality and impose restrictions on individual rights (i.e., marriage, pro-choice, stem cell research and abstinence-only health programs).
BTW... I'm a Libertarian which, simply put, means that I'm liberal (pro-individual rights) on social issues and conservative (pro-free market) on economic issues. As for religion, I suppose I'm an Agnostic by default because I just can't see how any one religion can claim that it is better and all others are somehow 'lesser'. If that's what it takes to join the 'religious bandwagon'... No thanks, I'll just walk!