Evangelical Voters Could Be the Difference in Iowa

Published on 26 Jan 2016, 2:53
Hugh Hewitt is a lawyer, law professor, author and host of a nationally syndicated radio show.He served in the Reagan administration in posts including assistant counsel in the White House and special assistant to two attorneys general.The opinions expressed in this commentary are his.(CNN)Every four or eight years, evangelicals and Mass-attending Catholics are handed a moment in which they uniquely impact American presidential politics: the Iowa caucuses.When I say "evangelicals and Mass-attending Catholics," I have a very specific set of people in mind, known primarily by this marker: They attend church of whatever denomination at least twice a month, at least 11 months a year.


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