Mainline Protestants up for grabs heading into November

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WASHINGTON (RNS) In a matchup between Obama and GOP front-runner Mitt Romney, mainline Protestant voters are nearly evenly divided, with 41 percent supporting Obama and 43 percent for Romney. The same holds true between Obama and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich -- each is the choice of 41 percent of white mainline Protestants. By Lauren Markoe.

  • banshish

    Newt Gingrich is 68 years old, is fat, old, and arrogant. He needs to get off the national stage and go home to his grandchildren. You have overstayed your welcome.