EATON, Ohio—Conservative activists are making a big push to drive
evangelical voters to the polls, sensing that a large pool of voters
with conservative Christian leanings who sat out the 2008 election could
provide a surge for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
The push has taken on particular importance as polls show the race to
be deadlocked, suggesting that victory may hinge on which campaign is
better at turning its more tentative supporters into voters.
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