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Separation of church and state is "a lie we have been told," Harris said in the interview, published Thursday, saying separating religion and politics is "wrong because God is the one who chooses our rulers."
The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate also said that if Christians are not elected, politicians will "legislate sin," including abortion and gay marriage.
I don't have anything against her as a person or women in politics in general, but with her track record, she should just give it up or quit while she's ahead or something.
Now, five months later, Republican operatives and political watchers say the Harris campaign may have seen the last of her personal resources. They doubt she will put more money into a race almost no one expects her to win.
"She might as well put (the money) in the middle of the street and light a match," said Pat Roberts, a Republican lobbyist and longtime Harris friend.
Her latest campaign reports, released Friday, show she has raised $4.8 million and that she did not give herself any more money in the latest reporting period. She has about $2.2 million in the bank, while the incumbent, Sen. Bill Nelson, has more than $12 million.
Republican Primary Votes Percent
Collins Jr., LeRoy (REP) 135,898 15%
Harris , Katherine (REP)
McBride , William "Will" (REP) 272,514
Monroe , Peter (REP) 47,844