This election cycle I have not heard the pundits talk much about the Evangelical vote

You might find the info below interesting as you think about the outcome of the election tomorrow.

In the year 2008, the Evangelical vote nationwide was 26% of the total vote. 

According to one article I read:

30% of the 2008 vote in Ohio was Evangelical;

31% of the vote in Iowa was Evangelical; and

26% of the vote in Wisconsin was Evangelical.

Senator John McCain won 74% of the Evangelical vote in 2008 to President Obama’s 24%.

This year, without much attention by the media, Ralph Reed has been conducting an unprecedented outreach to Evangelicals — getting them registered, and encouraging them to vote.