Friday, November 02, 2012

The Vote

This article, from CNN, discusses the crucial role that Evangelicals and Catholics will play in Iowa. Certainly this theme can be extended to all of the battleground states (Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, etc.).
Des Moines, Iowa (CNN) -- From church pews to cheeseburger joints, Iowa's faithful are a major prize in the political ground war raging between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. 
Of the roughly 3 million Iowans, about 30% call themselves evangelical or Catholic. Fifty-seven percent of Iowans who voted in the caucuses this year were evangelical Christians. ...
Of course, given our numbers, if all Catholics (or at least the overwhelming majority) voted as they should, we'd never have to worry about abortion in this country.

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