Romney Supporters Target Evangelical Voter Base in Swing States
At 1:38 pm on October 23, 2012
Conservative activists are are mobilizing efforts to drive evangelical voters to the polls in key swing states, reports Wall Street Journal. With most national polls showing a virtual dead-heat, efforts of conservative PACs could tip the November presidential election in favor of Republican Mitt Romney.
The Campaign for American Values PAC is among those stepping up efforts in the swing state of Ohio. An ad running there shows Romney declaring he "will not take God out of the public square."
Republican pollster Bill McInturff acknowledges that while Romney struggled to mobilize evangelicals early in the campaign that "those questions have definitely been answered."
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