New effort to merge tea party, religious right

06/3/2011 | Washington Post, The

Nearly every possible 2012 Republican presidential contender will gather in Washington, D.C., this week to address the Faith and Freedom Coalition, a new group that aims to marry tea party political activism with socially conservative causes such as abortion and marriage issues. The new organization is headed by Ralph Reed, the one-time leader of the Christian Coalition. Organizers hope to draw evangelicals back into political activism and reverse a leftward drift among young people of faith.

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