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Decision 2008 / Republican Party / Evangelical Christians #954396

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 22, 2007
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(Studio: David Gregory) The date for the New Hampshire primary noted.

(Florence, South Carolina: Ron Allen) The challenge for Republicans to win the support of Evangelical Christians featured; details given about the influence of progressive pastors, including the Southern Baptist Convention’s Dr. Frank Page††, and Democrats’ outreach to religious voters; former President George Bush’s falling approval rating cited. [PAGE - warns against being in lockstep with any party.] ["New York Times" David KIRKPATRICK†- comments on “buyer’s remorse” among evangelicals.] [2 CONSERVATIVES – express dissatisfaction with Republican candidates.]

Gregory, David;
Allen, Ron

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