Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Dave Hartline: "Catholic Voters of the Heartland Key Group In Electing John McCain President"

Dave Hartline of The Catholic Report explains why he believes Catholic voters in the Midwest will play a key role in electing Sen. McCain over Sen. Obama this fall:

When all is said and done in the 2008 Presidential Election, Catholic voters of the Heartland, primarily Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania will more than likely be the key demographic group that elects Senator John McCain as President. The Heartland, especially Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania has a disproportionate amount of Catholics, who unlike their brethren in the Northeast and West more faithfully adhere to the Church’s teachings, especially as it relates to abortion...


Previous Pro Ecclesia posts on this subject:
Dave Hartline: "Catholic Blogosphere Ahead of the Curve"

Dave Hartline on "Sen. Obama's European Victory Lap"

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At 8/13/2008 11:38 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perhaps a picture diagram would help:

Michigan is 23% Catholic.
Pennsylvania is 53% Catholic.
Ohio is 19%(est) Catholic.
All from Wikipedia.


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