Catholic Voters Key Players in Pa. Primary

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Catholic voters may hold the key to Pennsylvania's presidential primary, and the two Democratic rivals are campaigning hard for their support.

Co-host Renee Montagne talks with NPR News Analyst Cokie Roberts about whether there is such a thing as the "Catholic vote" and how well Hillary Clinton has to do against Barack Obama if she wants to stay in the race.



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