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  • But Black and Hispanic evangelical voters played a significant role in passing California's anti-gay marriage Proposition Eight, and it's likely that the key wedge issues promoted by Peter Wagner's New Apostolic movement, gay rights and abortion, will play an increasing role in upcoming elections not just in California but also in traditionally liberal East Coast cities, such as Newark. prayer initiative in Newark, New Jersey that claims to have one volunteer organizer for almost every street in the city.

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  • See also: discussion at dog-whistle.

    May 21, 2008

  • In wedge politics, one party uses an issue that they hope will divide members of a different party to create conflict and weaken it.

    May 21, 2008