In Costa Rica Election, Gay Marriage Foe Takes First Round

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The New York Times reports that a debate over same-sex marriage propelled an evangelical Christian singer from a long-shot candidate to the top vote-getter in the first round of Costa Rica’s presidential election Sunday.

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