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Influence of Evangelical Voters Shifts

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Influence of Evangelical Voters Shifts

Influence of Evangelical Voters Shifts

Influence of Evangelical Voters Shifts

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Evangelical voters have played a significant role in shaping recent presidential races, with some success. But this year, the main impetus for the religious right may be to stop Sen. Hillary Clinton's election bid. Mark Rozell, professor of public policy at George Mason University, offers his insights in a conversation with Renee Montagne.

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