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"Without a muscular turnout of evangelical voters, Republicans cannot win in many races," said Ralph Reed, one of the evangelical Christians who have embraced digital technology in an effort to generate enthusiasm. (Associated Press)

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FILE - In this June 13, 2013, file photo, Ralph Reed, founder of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, speaks at the Road to Majority Conference luncheon in Washington. Some of the Republican Party’s most ambitious leaders are courting religious conservatives as evangelical officials claim new momentum in their fight for the GOP’s soul. A group led by former Christian Coalition leader Reed, launches its annual conference on June 19, 2014, with appearances by Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, File)

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Ralph Reed, founder of the Faith & Freedom Coalition, says that religious conservatism remains a strong force in American politics. His group is hosting the Road to Majority conference in the nation's capital starting Thursday. (associated press)

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Ralph Reed, founder of the Faith & Freedom Coalition, says that religious conservatism remains a strong force in American politics. His group is hosting the Road to Majority conference in the nation's capital starting Thursday. (associated press)

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Ralph Reed, founder of the Faith & Freedom Coalition, says his group's three-day "Road to Majority" conference beginning June 19 will feature a host of conservative luminaries as speakers. (Associated Press)

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"If the RNC does select Las Vegas [for the GOP's 2016 convention], they'll probably sell out every show for Donny and Marie and Garth Brooks that week," said Faith and Freedom Coalition Chairman Ralph Reed. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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"If the RNC does select Las Vegas [for the GOP's 2016 convention], they'll probably sell out every show for Donny and Marie and Garth Brooks that week," said Faith and Freedom Coalition Chairman Ralph Reed. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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Outgoing Christian Coalition president Ralph Reed, left, talks with television evangelist Pat Robertson during a dinner in Reed's honor in Atlanta, in this Friday, Sept. 12, 1997 file photo.Three disgruntled state affiliates have severed ties with the Christian Coalition of America, one of the nation's most powerful conservative groups during the 1990s but now buffeted by complaints over finances, leadership and its plans to veer into nontraditional policy areas. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

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Faith & Freedom Coalition founder Ralph Reed, seen here speaking at a “Patriots for Romney-Ryan 2012” rally in Tampa, Fla., on Wednesday, said pro-lifers had many anti-abortion GOP presidential hopefuls to choose from. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)