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IMPACT ON ROMNEY

Evangelical voters bolster Huckabee in Southern states

Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee greeted a poll worker before he voted yesterday in North Little Rock, Ark. Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee greeted a poll worker before he voted yesterday in North Little Rock, Ark. (Rick Gershon/Getty Images)
By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / February 6, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Evangelical voters played a major role in Super Tuesday's Republican primaries, especially in the South, providing a huge boost for former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee and possibly costing Mitt Romney victory in some states, analysts said. (Full article: 663 words)

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