Evangelicals in Politics

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Conservative Christian voters are being cited as a decisive factor in last week's election. We discuss the emergence of evangelicals in politics for the first installment of our series on religion in public life.


Pastor Brian Lacroix, pastor at Aberdeen Wesleyan Church in South Dakota

Mark Rozell, professor of public policy, George Mason University. Author of several books on the religious right.

Richard Cizik, vice president of governmental affairs for the National Association of Evangelicals



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