Evangelical Leader: 'I would not be surprised to see tomorrow's turnout of values voters eclipse what we saw in 2004'

Evangelical Leader: 'I would not be surprised to see tomorrow's turnout of values voters eclipse what we saw in 2004'

11-05-2012

Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, believes that values voters may show up more in 2012 than they did for President Bush in 2004. More from Perkins below:

"In my almost 20 years involved in politics, I have never seen values voters so energized. This level of intensity is clearly driven by this administration's policies that are so hostile to religious freedom. The Obamacare's mandates are a clear infringement on religious freedom. President Obama talks about the freedom of worship, which is what we do within the four walls of the church. However, values voters are concerned about the freedom of religion, which is the ability to live your life according to the teachings of your faith. These voters see that freedom of religion is under attack by this President. I would not be surprised to see tomorrow's turnout of values voters eclipse what we saw in 2004."

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