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The 94 Vote (Christian Coalition) #151518

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 03, 1994
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Peggy Wehmeyer) The organized political movement the Christian Coalition, built by Pat Robertson, profiled. [Three CHRISTIANS, north Texas evangelicals Cara Beth and Doug WAKEFIELD - review the declining moral state of the nation.] [Texas Christian Coalition Alice PATTERSON - helps organize a local chapter.] The coalition's voter guides, which evaluates politicians based on their positions on conservative issues, described. [Yale law school professor Stephen CARTER - cites the coalition's attraction.] [Anti- Defamation League's Abraham FOXMAN, Christian Coalition director Ralph REED - offer differing opinions on the coalition's goals.] The coalition's broadening of its appeal to all conservative religious voters explained.

Jennings, Peter;
Wehmeyer, Peggy

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