Democratic Party Chairman Howard Dean, who once criticized the GOP as a "white Christian party" and also said "my religion doesn't inform my public policy," is building a sophisticated infrastructure to woo so-called values voters.
Dean has had the same revelation as many other Democrats since their demoralizing loss in the 2004 election: There are more people who vote because of their faith and values than Democrats realized, and Republicans have won a disproportionately large share of them.
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