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GOP 'Values Voters' in Florida Stand By Their Party

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GOP 'Values Voters' in Florida Stand By Their Party

Election 2008

GOP 'Values Voters' in Florida Stand By Their Party

GOP 'Values Voters' in Florida Stand By Their Party

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Republicans in Florida come in many different flavors, but in the northern part of the state, it's "all social values, all the time."

For example, the Northside Business Leaders — who meet every fourth Tuesday of the month at the Jacksonville Zoo — start every meeting with a group prayer.

In the first of a two-part story on Republicans in Florida, NPR's Linda Wertheimer chats with the group about who they like best from the Republican field of presidential candidates.

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