Progressive Evangelical pastor Doug Pagitt on how Dems woo religious voters




Doug Pagitt is executive director of Vote Common Good, a non-profit that tries to invite religious voters to take an off ramp from the Republican party. In today’s show, Doug talks to us about how his organization reaches Republican evangelicals, and why it even matters? We also get into a discussion on how religious voters can not only stand Donald Trump, but openly embrace him, and why progressives should welcome efforts to woo religious voters away from the GOP.

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