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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.

Mormon Mitt Romney for Life and Religious Freedom

I was grateful to hear Mitt Romney speak up for the founding fathers during his first debate with President Obama. As a Mormon (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints), I have been taught and truly believe that these men were inspired by God to draft documents that would assure freedom for all who live in this blessed land. An article at lifenews.com stated that Obama’s Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate...

Mormon Mitt Romney vs. Barack Obama: The President...

On Wednesday evening, 3 October 2012, the major news networks aired the first in a series of presidential debates with the contenders for the debate being Republican candidate Mitt Romney and Democratic candidate President Barack Obama. During the course of the debate, the GOP candidate depicted the president’s vision as one of big government, to which his opponent rebutted and firmly defended his accomplishments as...

The Other Side of Mormon Mitt Romney

Unquestionably, when a person is running for a major political office such as President of the United States, oftentimes the voting populace only gets a view of one side of that person’s life, the side that is deeply engaged in the mission to win the upcoming election. As a result, those outside of the family or circles of close associates of said person are rarely afforded the opportunity to even get a glimpse of a...

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...