Hanna Rosin

Hanna Rosin is a contributing editor at The Atlantic.

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God's Precinct Walkers

When students at conservative Christian Patrick Henry College
entered the real world of Republican campaigns in a swing state, they found that God's plan did not always include victory.

Derek Archer's tall frame was squeezed into the backseat with another freshman, his online Bible out on his lap. The pastor's son with the freshly combed blonde hair was heading down to Virginia Beach to campaign for Jerry Kilgore, the 2005 Republican candidate for governor. As they saw it, Kilgore needed their prayers and hard work: Virginia Lt. Gov. Timothy Kaine had caught up to Kilgore over the summer, and now polls showed them even.