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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.

Mormons and Evangelicals – Mitt Romney and B...

As reported in the Washington Post, Mitt Romney and Billy Graham have found enough in common to create a relationship of respect and accord.  Mormon Mitt Romney met with Reverend Billy Graham, and son, Franklin Graham, at the Graham home on the top of a high ridge in Montreat, N.C. on Oct. 11, 2012.  They prayed together, and Rev. Graham offered his support. Graham prayed for Romney, his family, and the American...

Reflections on Mitt Romney

I met Mitt Romney on the first Sunday in September, 1972, when I walked into The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) chapel at Longfellow Park in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I had just entered Harvard Law School. Mitt stood out in a crowd—tall, good looking, confident, and very friendly. He introduced himself to me, and I recognized the name and resemblance to his father George Romney, governor of Michigan...

Romney reveals strong foreign policy

Mitt Romney made it clear in a powerful speech October 8, 2012, at the Virginia Military Institute (VMI) that when it comes to foreign policy, he’s not only ready to take the driver’s seat, he knows where he’s going and how to take the United States there. An article in businessinsider.com prior to the speech said that Romney would outline a plan that is in sharp contrast with Obama’s record. I believe that if...

Most Protestant Pastors Voting for Romney

A new study shows that most pastors have decided to support Mitt Romney—57 percent. The largest number come from those who are evangelical as opposed to mainstream. Generally, evangelical churches are more conservative and therefore more likely to be Republicans. The breakdown is similar to the Republican-Democratic divide in the previous election. Despite the fact that about 75 percent of these pastors mistakenly believe...

Mitt Romney’s Historic Campaign

Ruben Navarrette wrote an interesting editorial that points out that without considering the politics of it, electing a Mormon would create history in the same way electing President Obama did. President Obama’s election demonstrated that we have put aside (at least many of us) the prejudices that did so much damage to our nation concerning those who are black. Electing Mitt Romney would demonstrate that we have put aside...