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How Religious Conservatives Shape The GOP Race

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Newt Gingrich has caught a wave of support these last few weeks, much of it from religious conservatives, a group that has significant influence in many state primaries. Host Scott Simon talks with Bob Vander Plaats, a leading social conservative who heads the Family Leader advocacy group, about the role of religious conservatives in the Iowa caucuses.
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