Catholic voters and the election

    Catholics are traditionally swing voters who make up almost one quarter of the electorate and are therefore a coveted voting bloc. In this hour of Radio Times, we talk to religion writers AMY SULLIVAN and MICHAEL SEAN WINTERS about the Catholic vote and the issues that are of importance to Catholic voters.
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