August 13th, 2012 | By admin
Christians nationwide are divided on who to vote for this election season. While they believe that their convictions should guide their voting practices, many have varying opinions on what is the right choice to make this November and what standards should be taken into consideration.
According to Gallup, 54% of Americans who identify as being “very religious” state that they support Mitt Romney, as opposed to 37% who support Barack Obama.
Among those backing Romney include the group Evangelicals for Mitt, which was first launched in 2006. It is comprised of a number of professing evangelical Christians who support the Mormon presidential candidate.
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