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Romney increases overtures to disenchanted evangelicals

James Dobson, whose radio program has 1.5 million listeners, said yesterday that he would back a 'minor party' candidate if the Republican nominee is not conservative enough. James Dobson, whose radio program has 1.5 million listeners, said yesterday that he would back a "minor party" candidate if the Republican nominee is not conservative enough. (JEFF FUSCO/GETTY IMAGES)
By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / October 5, 2007

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WASHINGTON - Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney has stepped up his efforts to woo evangelicals in response to the threat by some Christian conservative leaders to back a third-party candidate. (Full article: 1143 words)

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