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David Brody on gay marriage in the 2012 election

In the last hectic days before this week’s crucial New Hampshire primary, the GOP candidates let loose with some of their most pointed and personal attacks on one another. But for all their differences, during last weekend’s ABC News Republican Primary Debate, the candidates who were asked about it all came down on the same side of a contentious social issue: gay marriage.

Even though the consensus is that next November’s election will hinge on the economy, we wondered if issues like gay marriage might help determine the outcome in a few closely divided states with a large number of evangelical voters. For more about that, we are joined by David Brody.  He is the chief political correspondent for the Christian Broadcasting Network, which broadcasts the 700 Club and other programs. He joins host Maria Hinojosa from New Hampshire.

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