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Are Evangelicals Really Sold on Palin?

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Crabtownboy, Sep 10, 2008.

  1. Crabtownboy

    Crabtownboy Well-Known Member
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    Interesting article. The complete article is here.

    I have deleted much of the article due to copyright restrictions. Please post a link to the article.

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    The turn in the polls since the convention seem to suggest that more than Evangelicals are sold on her.

    I can't speak directly as to whether Evangelicals as a self identifying group are sold on her though since I haven't seen any polls among that group specifically.
     
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    This campaign is an interesting one. I expected McCain to get a 'bump' after the convention ... all candidates do. Now we will have to watch and see what happenes from here on to election day. Lots can happen in a day or two, much less in 6 weeks. I just hope my state gets my absentee ballot to me in time for me to get it back by the day of the election. All-in-all I do not see my vote as being a deciding vote as Maryland is heavily in the Obama column and I expect will stay there. Baltimore will swing the state his way.
     
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