Janet Folger

President of Faith2Action

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President of Faith2Action, a Christian advocacy group, she helped organize the recent 'Values Voter' presidential debate in Florida that the four Republican front-runners skipped

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With the  latest campaign fundraising report s,  Hillary Clinton  looks stronger than ever as the choice of the Democrats.

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With the latest campaign fundraising report s, Hillary Clinton looks stronger than ever as the choice of the Democrats.

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