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Washington Week's Voice of the Voters: Hofstra University | PBS

Duration: 03:29
Program: Washington Week
Broadcast Date: Oct. 16, 2012

Vice President Joe Biden and Republican contender Paul Ryan explained how they have integrated their faith into their positions on abortion during last week's vice presidential debate. But what about average voters? Journalism students at Hofstra University, the site of the second debate between President Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney explore how a person's religion may influence how they vote. Hofstra students Chris Langlois, Ashley Freeman and Beckett Mufson of Hostra University report on this story (Washington Week).

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Post Date: October 16, 2012