The Evangelical Vote and the Election Analysts are debating the impact of the evangelical vote on President Bush's victory. One Florida pastor tells how he urged parishioners to vote for life, family and freedom, and a political scientist reviews the recent history of evangelicals and U.S. politics. Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden, Pastor Timothy Wilder and Laura Olson.
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The Evangelical Vote and the Election

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The Evangelical Vote and the Election

The Evangelical Vote and the Election

The Evangelical Vote and the Election

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Analysts are debating the impact of the evangelical vote on President Bush's victory. One Florida pastor tells how he urged parishioners to vote for life, family and freedom, and a political scientist reviews the recent history of evangelicals and U.S. politics. Hear NPR's Jennifer Ludden, Pastor Timothy Wilder and Laura Olson.