Catholic Voters

Catholic voters were traditionally thought of as a Democratic, but in recent decades they have become swing voters — willing to support either party This year, they are a prize trophy in the presidential contest. NPR's Lynn Neary reports on the Republican strategy for attracting Catholic votes.



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