Sarah Pulliam of Christianity Today interviews Marlys Popma (whom I believe I briefly met at the Saddleback Civil Forum). Excerpt from Popma:
We understand on this campaign that there are essentially two groups in which we look for evangelicals. One is what I call “movement conservatives.” Those are individuals who have for years been working for the unborn and working hard to make sure that the definition of marriage is between one man and one woman. There is also a young emerging group of people who have broadened their scope. They haven’t neglected marriage and life issues, but they’ve broadened them into a concern about global poverty and making sure the quality of life for individuals is one that a human expects and deserves. The exciting thing about John McCain is that he hits on all cylinders. There’s not any one of the things that evangelicals would be looking for — creation care, all of them — that John McCain has (not) had in his agenda for years.