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Religion-based voters provided critical edge

Analysts cite emphasis in Iowa on 'moral values'

By Brian C. Mooney and Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / November 4, 2004

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Ohio is the reason President Bush won reelection, but Iowa may be a better example of one reason Senator John F. Kerry lost -- a large turnout of religious voters concerned about ''moral values." (Full article: 1145 words)

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