Evangelicals see Trump as a way to get what they want after decades of defeat - 2020-02-01

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F345.png Evangelicals see Trump as a way to get what they want after decades of defeat February 1, 2020, Tom Cullen, The Guardian

While much of Iowa and the eyes of the world are focused on the Democratic race in the state, which votes on Monday to pick an opponent to try and unseat Trump, Trump and his allies have also visited the state – with Pence focusing on Trump's core and ultra-loyal evangelical base.

On 3 February, the midwestern state of Iowa will kick off the long process of choosing the Democratic party's presidential nominee, who will take on Donald Trump in the US election in November.

Most US states hold primary elections, in which voters go to a polling place, mail in their ballots or otherwise vote remotely. But a handful of states hold caucuses – complicated, hours-long meetings with multiple rounds of balloting until one candidate emerges as victor.

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