By Jack Jenkins, a Writer and Researcher with the Faith and Progressive Policy Initiative.
1) Evangelicals failed to produce a viable candidate.
2) Conservative efforts to shift the Catholic vote flopped.
3) Evangelical voter turnout efforts fell short.
4) Traditionally evangelical candidates lost en masse because of radical views and bad theology.
5) The efforts of anti-gay religious leaders didn’t stop voters from supporting marriage equality.
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