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Thousands of Clergy Members Endorse Hillary Clinton: The Clergy Letter Project Makes Its First Political Endorsement

The Clergy Letter Project today endorsed Hillary Clinton's bid to become President of the United States of America. Clinton's perspective on the issues that are central to The Clergy Letter Project's work make this endorsement an easy choice. The Clergy Letter Project consists of more than14,000 clergy members from all corners of the United States who adamantly believe that religion and science can be compatible endeavors.
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