Mara Vanderslice

Founder of Common Good Strategies

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Founder and Senior Partner at Common Good Strategies, a nonprofit organization that helps Democrats reach-out to evangelical voters, former Director of Religious Outreach for the Kerry-Edwards 2004 presidential campaign

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