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Christian Right

Republican presidential nominee George W. Bush has held conservative Christian leaders at arms length in his effort to woo moderate, swing voters. Bush's public distance, however, does not appear to have hurt him among the campaign foot soldiers who identify with the religious right. As NPR's David Molpus reports from North Carolina, questions Bush raises about Al Gore's truthfulness resonate loudly with this group, and they are working hard to get out the vote next week.

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