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"Each candidate speaks to a different interest of the evangelical perspective, and each is getting a share of the pocketbook and family-values vote," said [Joel] Hunter, author of A New Kind of Conservative.
And this has turned the Republican campaign into a free-for-all scramble for the votes of white evangelicals -- a pivotal bloc of 25 percent to 35 percent of Floridians likely to vote in the GOP primary.
A Mason-Dixon Florida Poll conducted this week showed 27 percent of self-described "born again" voters backed Huckabee, a Southern Baptist minister who combined a "FairTax" campaign pitch aimed at blue-collar voters with conservative "biblical" values to win a victory in the Iowa caucuses.
But 28 percent favored former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who once made much of his anti-abortion, anti-gay-marriage credentials but is now touting himself as a businessman who can fix a "broken" Washington establishment.
And 23 percent chose Arizona Sen. John McCain, a maverick conservative and supporter of the Iraq war who in 2000 blasted some evangelical leaders as "agents of intolerance."
Only New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who is twice-divorced and a moderate on social issues, including abortion rights, seemed out of consideration, with 9 percent
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