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Mitt Romney (Mormon), is a Harvard-educated man marked by a distinguished business career in the private sector and tenure as influential public servant and political leader, who made a momentous decision to run for the office of President of the United States. Mitt comes to the global stage tenaciously. Romney has received a great deal of media attention--and, in fact, undue criticism--for his deeply-held Christian religious beliefs, raised in the context of his candidacy for national office. He is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, frequently misnamed the "Mormon Church." Its constituents, Latter-day Saints, are often nicknamed "Mormons"--hence, the media's simplified references to "Mitt Romney, Mormon," or "Mitt's Mormonism."

This website is dedicated to giving an accurate picture of Mitt Romney as a person, as a Mormon, and as presidential candidate in 2012. It is not designed to influence readers' political opinions, but is designed with the hope of giving readers a correct representation of the facts, so they can make their own informed decisions. We welcome you and hope you gain here a better understanding of what Mormons believe and how Mitt Romney's Mormon beliefs influence or do not influence his political views and capabilities.

Romney Says His Heart Aches for the Poor

Mitt Romney recently told supporters that as he travels the country, his heart aches for those he has met. Romney, a former Mormon bishop, is no stranger to the world of those in need. As a bishop, Mitt Romney was responsible for administering the funds for those in his congregation who were in need. Mormons have a unique program of care for their congregational family. While they also have other programs that serve those...

Where Would Mitt Romney Go to Church as President?

The media has started to wonder where Mitt Romney would attend church if he is elected president. Mormons—the common nickname for people who belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints—attend congregations by assignment based on where they live. This means we know where Mitt Romney will attend church. Mormon congregations are called Wards, and Romney would be attending the Third Ward. This ward is about to...

Mitt Romney Secretly Provided Milk for Homeless Ve...

Twenty years ago, Ken Smith, the Catholic director of New England Center for Homeless Veterans in Boston went out to receive his usual order of 7000 pints of milk. The milk was given to the veterans, who each received one pint for breakfast and another for dinner. He was startled to discover the bill was only half the normal price. He learned an anonymous donor had paid the other half of the bill. For several years, the bill...

President of the United States: A Sacred Calling f...

The United States Constitution has been a beacon to societies all over the world as the pattern for a model government, and we have been a nation of many freedoms for over 200 years. As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we have been taught to respect this inspired document as our law of the land and follow it as closely as possible. From Utah’s Constitution Day Celebration in the Tabernacle of Salt...

Mormon Mitt Romney: A Rare Inside View of His Priv...

As Election Day 2012 draws near, there are several questions which the voting populace feel warrant an answer in helping them to decide if Mitt Romney, who is a devout member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is the right man to become the next President of the United States. Such questions that warrant an answer may include: Does he relate to the average American? As President, would he impose his Mormon...