Josh Mandel is campaigning for U.S. Senate in churches. Will that win over Ohio's evangelical voters?

Sep 24, 2021 View Original Article
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  • Politician Portrayal

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41% : As part of her crusade against abortion, she visited pregnancy centers that aim to dissuade people from getting the procedure.
39% : He has since converted to Catholicism and now touts bread-and-butter evangelical issues like abortion and a "patriotic" education for children.
19% : They feel embattled by a society with increasingly progressive views about abortion and same-sex marriage, and see issues like critical race theory as an attack on being American.

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