Those of us who are religious, which is all of us in some way, and I am Christian, would do well to remember a few principles:
1 - Aligning our religious worldview with a given ideology (Left, Liberal, Conservative, Right), or a given political party, or a given political leader(s) immediately reduces the prophetic power of our faith to critique ideology, party, and politician. Such identification in Christian terms is called idolatry.
2 - Lawlessness or anarchy divides and destroys, and in Christian terms is never biblical.
3 - Politics is not the end-all-be-all of life, even in totalitarian regimes where suffering people resiliently maintain their secret faith. And politics does not dictate a culture's future in a democratic republic; actually, it's the other way around, so it is up to religious people to live out our faith in family and community. Christians and churches should lead the way, knowing "righteousness exalts a nation" and "it is God's will by doing good you should silence the foolish..."
4 - Remember, "Do not put your trust in princes, in human beings, who cannot save."