The Christian Coalitionis planning to distribute 33 million election guides Sunday and embattled Democrats are crying foul, saying the group's tax-exempt status bars it from such partisan activity. An analysis of the guides by the Associated Press shows that in the overwhelming majority of cases Republican candidates line up with the group's positions. Democratic candidates, who claim they'll have little chance to respond before Tuesday's election, are already infuriated by the guides reviewed so far. Oklahoma Democratic House candidate Stuart Price says the guide is full of "mistruths" about his positions on abortion, school prayer and homosexuality, and he has urged Tulsa churches not to distribute it. The Democrats have complained to federal election watchers, but experts say there's almost no chance of government intervention.Post your opinion on theWashingtonbulletin board.