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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.

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