Politics & Government

July 16, 2010 3:57 PM

Road to Missouri U.S. Senate seat runs through black pulpits

Robin Carnahan, a Democrat, and Roy Blunt, a Republican, have been meeting with members of the black clergy lately, not to save their souls, but to win one of the top political contests in the country, a U.S. Senate seat from Missouri.

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