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Endorsements Show Split in Evangelical Community

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Endorsements Show Split in Evangelical Community

Election 2008

Endorsements Show Split in Evangelical Community

Endorsements Show Split in Evangelical Community

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This week, several prominent Christian evangelical leaders endorsed a variety of Republican presidential hopefuls. The endorsements seem to reflect a growing divide within that community, which traditionally has provided the GOP with a more unified base of support.

Michele Norris talks with Dr. Richard Land, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission at the Southern Baptist Convention, about the role socially conservative Christian voters will play in 2008.

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