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Hillary retiring? Obama rising? Ask the nation's Catholics

An interesting story on the voting trends of Catholics... It also contains a quote from member Steve Krueger.

By Matt Bigelow

The Catholic swing vote will determine this year's Democratic primary and may break for Illinois Senator Barack Obama in Texas and Ohio on March 4, according to pollsters, political scientists, and Catholic priests who have tracked Catholic turnout. While early in the campaign Senator Hillary Cliton could rely on substantial support among Catholic voters—she enjoyed a two-to-one margin over her opponent in states such as California and New Jersey—Obama has in recent weeks trimmed back that margin.

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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

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