Ryan as VP Pick Continues Election Year Focus on Catholicism

At CNN, Dan Gilgoff and Dan Merica write that the selection of Paul Ryan as the Republican vice presidential candidate means that Catholicism will continue to be in the spotlight this election cycle. “Catholics are considered the quintessential swing vote,” write Gilgoff and Merica, “and no presidential candidate has won the White House without winning Catholics since at least the early 1990s.”

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