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August 19th, 2012
01:16 PM ET

Romney, Ryan make U.S. religious history

It's a history-making ticket, and a sign of how the intersection between politics and religion in the United States has changed.
CNN's Josh Levs explains how in picking Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney charted new terrain.
Also, watch to see whether this is really the first major party ticket without a Protestant - and how many voters believe President Obama is Muslim.
Read Josh's full story here.

Filed under: Josh Levs • Sign of the Times • Suzanne Malveaux
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  1. John

    Remember if you want to make this campaign about religion. Jeremiah Wright and Black Liberation Theology. This is one election you also won`t be able to play the race card and I know that disappoints Roland, Don and Donna because that is all they got and talk about.

    August 24, 2012 at 3:23 am |

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