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The Myth of Missing Evangelicals

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As they plot strategy and evaluate candidates for 2016, too many Republicans embrace the notion that the key to victory lies with hordes of disillusioned Christian evangelicals for whom today’s GOP isn’t nearly conservative enough. Long before Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, made this assumption the explicit basis for his campaign, this comforting idea percolated through talk radio and activist cadres, with frequent reference to the three million (or four million, or six million) “missing conservatives” who failed to show up to support Mitt Romney and thereby doomed his hapless, “mushy moderate” campaign….

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