Romney’s Veep Nominee: Would a Mormon-Catholic Ticket Turn Blue States Red?

At The Washington Post, Paul Goldman and Mark J. Rozell analyze the importance of Catholic voters in the upcoming presidential election. While noting that many of the potential Republican vice-president candidates are Catholic, Goldman and Rozell write, “Catholics are about one-fourth of the U.S. voting population and not a monolith.” Nonetheless, “forging a closer identity with Catholic voters in key states in the electoral college is a necessary formula for having any chance at defeating the president.”

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