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    Greg Flakus
    January 29, 2016 4:30 PM
    The first contest in the 2016 presidential election year, the Iowa caucuses, is now only days away and polls indicate that Texas Senator Ted Cruz and New York billionaire real estate developer Donald Trump are in the lead in the Republican contest. They are both counting on drawing votes from evangelical Christians.

    Evangelical Christians Eye Republican Candidates

    Published January 29, 2016

    The first contest in the 2016 presidential election year, the Iowa caucuses, is now only days away and polls indicate that Texas Senator Ted Cruz and New York billionaire real estate developer Donald Trump are in the lead in the Republican contest. They are both counting on drawing votes from evangelical Christians.


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