God knows (yes … he does) that there are plenty of people who have no leg to stand on when it comes to fidelity within the marriage contract.Does the outright betrayal of ones “solemn and sacred vow” given freely before witnesses speak to ones character? Should it be used to “judge” whether one should qualify for public office? A public servant vows to “honor and obey” the “will of the people”. If they can not be trusted to remain faithful to a spouse, why should you trust them to remain faithful to the will of the people?The very nature of politics steals away honor and integrity. Back room deals, compromise on your principles to get the best deal you can, corruption, fraud, and LIES. So, if your guy – a wonderful as you think he is – has committed adultery (cheating, lying, stealing from the one he professed to love now and forever at one time) then don’t vote for him again. Or do NOT complain when he does it again and again.