David Brody Only Reporter to Uncover What It Would Take for Romney to Win Powerful Teavangelical Vote
WASHINGTON, June 18, 2012 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Mitt Romney may just be the best candidate to fix America's broken economy but that doesn't mean all conservatives are behind him. In fact, he has yet to win over Tea Partiers, the most opinionated of all conservatives. In his new book, THE TEAVANGELICALS, David Brody explores the growing influence of the Tea Party-- whose power has already been shown in the defeat of long-time influential Republican senator, Richard Lugar--and the major impact the group is poised to have on the 2012 election.
In THE TEAVANGELICALS, Brody doesn't just explore the emergence of the Tea Party as a powerful voting bloc. He unravels their path to power and their roots as a group where half of participants call themselves evangelical Christians. THE TEAVANGELICALS focuses on Tea Party influence and Romney's questionable ability to win Tea Party votes and secure the nomination.
As a Christian journalist, Brody has a unique perspective to focus on whether evangelicals will mobilize or fail to get excited about Romney and how the new-found Teavangelical power and influence will fundamentally change the political landscape.
THE TEAVANGELICALS hits stores just as the Republican convention will be seizing the headlines and Brody is the only journalist uniquely qualified to talk about:
• Romney's strategy for winning the crucial evangelical vote.
• How some conservatives are having a hard time supporting Romney and if that means the Republican convention will be chaos.
• If a strong Teavangelical running mate would be a game changer.
• How Tea Partiers and evangelical Christians could fundamentally change the political landscape of America in 2012.
• How evangelicals, who have been flocking to the Tea Party, care about much more than social issues like abortion and gay marriage.
• Who is leading the Teavangelical charge--Brody's book has powerful interviews with top. Teavangelicals like Sarah Palin, Dick Armey, Ralph Reed, Glenn Beck, Michele Bachmann, Tony Perkins, and Jim DeMint.
Many news organizations don't feel they have the experience to delve into the religious aspect of this election. As chief political correspondent for the Christian Broadcast Network and the 700 Club, Brody's unique political and religious insight is invaluable.