Current GOP frontrunner Herman Cain is taking advantage of being on top. The Republican presidential hopeful told the Associated Press in an interview that he could match Rick Perry in the primary's crucial evangelical vote. "People are realizing that he is not the only Christian conservative in this race," Cain told AP reporters on Saturday in Harriman, Tenn., where he spoke to a large group of Tea Party activists. He added that though he doesn't wear his Christian faith "on my forehead," "people can see it on my website and ... can see I'm a staunch Christian conservative." Perry has a large number of religious fans whose votes are critical in choosing a Republican nominee, particularly in early states like Iowa and South Carolina.