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Topic - Cheri Jacobus
As the presidential race becomes more hard-fought, Democrats would be unwise to raise the specter of religion to divide voters, Republican political consultant Cheri Jacobus warned.
"Politicians often use declarations of religious faith to compensate for some embarrassing activity that, on its face, appears to go against what most religious people consider acceptable," Ms. Jacobus said.