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Commentary: I'm a white evangelical Christian and I stand with immigrants

My parents raised me in a conservative evangelical family in suburban Palatine, Ill. When I turned 18 they gave me a list of candidates to vote for — all Republicans — and I dutifully followed their instructions. Today, I’m 36 and living in Palatine once again, but in the November midterms I cast my ballot for the Democratic congressional candidate, Sean Casten. My vote, I’m

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