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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election is just around the corner, instead of late next year. Debate season is
well underway.    Last night, New Hampshire
was…

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You could be forgiven for thinking the presidential
election is just around the corner, instead of late next year. Debate season is
well underway.    Last night, New Hampshire
was…

Another Round of Presidential Debates

You could be forgiven for thinking the presidential election is just around the corner, instead of late next year. Debate season is well underway.   Last night, New Hampshire was…

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