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An Evangelical Trifecta for Romney?

We’re getting down to the wire, folks.

Mitt Romney. Illustration by DonkeyHotey via Wylio
Mitt Romney. Illustration by DonkeyHotey via Wylio

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Can Mitt Romney make it 3 for 3?

We’ve been watching the shifting evangelical vote in the primaries thus far, and NPR just took another look at it — from the King Makers on their way to Texas to try and find the Anti-Mitt.

It’s not a question of if they can do it, but can they do it in time? South Carolina is quickly approaching and their timetable is getting shorter and shorter.

And if they can, will it even make a difference for today’s evangelical voter?

Have a listen HERE.

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