Praying for a righteous US president

Many voters continue tradition of basing support for Republican candidates on religious values.

    Religion has always played a major role in US politics, especially in presidential elections.

    As Republican presidential hopefuls battle it out to take on President Barack Obama in November, many Americans, who are mostly Protestant or Catholic, are basing who they vote for in the primaries on the candidate's religious values.

    Rob Reynolds reports from South Carolina.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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