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Obama fighting false e-mail rumors in South Carolina

Some voters say they are not sure of candidate's faith

Senator Barack Obama met with voters in Charleston yesterday before today's vote in South Carolina. With him from left were Mary Jacob McKinley, Anne Marie Crevar, Christina Stewart, and Josephine Richardson. Senator Barack Obama met with voters in Charleston yesterday before today's vote in South Carolina. With him from left were Mary Jacob McKinley, Anne Marie Crevar, Christina Stewart, and Josephine Richardson. (EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / January 26, 2008

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PATRICK, S.C. - Barack Obama has proclaimed his Christianity on national television. His campaign has sent out mailers that show him praying and declare him a "Committed Christian" to refute false e-mail chain letters that claim Obama is a Muslim. (Full article: 613 words)

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