Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden makes frequent references to his Catholic faith, but the Trump campaign says his stance on abortion conflicts with Christian beliefs. (Associated Press/File)

“We’re not going to move 100% of them; we’re not going to move 50% of them. But we do really believe that 5-15% is available. There is so much passion from so many faith leaders to speak out for the first time ever. I think that’s a real indicator [of] what’s happening inside the faith communities.”

—Doug Pagitt, Executive Director of Vote Common Good, in “Biden campaign sees chance to siphon faith voters from Trump” in Washington Times

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