Countdown to Caucus: 2020 Presidential Elections and the Catholic Vote

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Currents News Staff

Catholic voters may be a key deciding factor at the Iowa Caucus, and perhaps even the presidency.

The past few decades have shown that the Catholic vote tends to lean towards Democrats. However, most party members running for president support abortion, even up until birth. 

On another dividing issue, 55 percent of Catholics support President Donald Trump’s impeachment. 

National Correspondent for The Tablet and Crux, Christopher White, joins Currents News to discuss how Catholics may be the ultimate swing voters, and what political issues could help or harm the Democratic Catholic vote come November.