Michael Gerson makes the case that Republicans should worry about religious voters, especially with a pro-choice nominee. In the short term, I think it is clear that religious conservatives and theologically liberal Protestants have very different political priorities. The former has a strong preference for conservative judges and antipathy toward the Clintons. But as evangelicals and religious liberals start to converge on issues of poverty and the environment, it could possibly be a longer term problem.
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