Friday, August 29, 2008

Democrats and faith vote explored by AP

As the Democrats and Republicans are both making major speeches and announcements, this analysis story by the Associated Press analyzes both tactics (including faith-based "house parties") and motivations.

The article states: "Democrats believe they are better positioned through improved voter databases and a message that "values voters" care about more than abortion and gay marriage. Poverty, the environment and reducing the number of abortions - a big issue at this week's Democratic National Convention - are Democratic fodder."

Christian radio advertising is also mentioned, but non-Christian religions never are.

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