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Campaign 2012 / Evangelical Vote #1011435

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 09, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An emergency meeting of evangelicals to decide which Republican presidential candidate to back noted. [October 7, 2011, with CNN's Jim Acosta, First Baptist Church of Dallas pastor Robert JEFFRESS†- calls Mormonism a cult and Mitt Romney a non-Christian.]

(David Mattingly) The evangelical vote in South Carolina examined; details given about the evangelical view that Mormons are not Christians. [Seacoast Church pastor Greg SURRATT†- says Mormonism is an issue for Romney.] [Evangelical Christian Jerry McSWAIN, Ray and Cindy FERRELL†- state a view on character and the vote.] How Romney is doing among evangelicals and the role of the economy in their vote discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN New Hampshire primary coverage announced.

Cooper, Anderson

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