Marco Rubio is widely considered one of the most talented communicators in the Republican party, but he hasn't won the hearts of the Evangelical voters who dominate the Iowa caucuses and the South Carolina primary. Ironically, many say it's in part his relative restraint when it comes to talking about matters of faith — a contrast with the loud, proud declarations more typical of the country's Evangelical denominations — that has prevented him from making greater inroads with one of the party's most important constituencies.That, of course, is a stark contrast with Rubio's biggest rival, Ted Cruz, the son... [Read More]
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