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Response to Kablooie (Original post)

Sat Sep 29, 2012, 10:09 PM

4. Riverside County is very red.

If just one of the teavangelical churches that are all over Riverside got their entire flock to register to vote, that could produce 20,000 registrants right there. I'm surprised Dems had a registration edge in Riverside. However, Riverside has got to be getting close to majority latino it it isn't already. If we could just get all those folks registered, the Dems would easily have the registration edge. I've never understood why the Catholic churches in Southern California don't push their parishioners to vote like the teavangelical churches do. Especially since it is pretty clear no one is going after churches' tax exempt status for politicking. Exhibit A: the Mormon church and Prop. 8.

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LineReply Riverside County is very red.
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