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Would a Romney defeat crush Mormon supporters?

October 30, 2012
source: Salt Lake Tribune

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MR says: The LDS faith is pretty resilient. I can see disappointment, but losing your faith over a loss? That's harder to believe.

Some Mormons have fasted and prayed for Mitt Romney. Others have donated piles of cash. And busloads have traveled to Nevada and Colorado to campaign for the Republican presidential nominee or spent hours calling potential voters.

So what happens if Romney — the first Mormon heading a major-party ticket and the faith’s best shot at the White House so far — loses the Nov. 6 election?

"In some ways, it’s just as simple as having your culture, your faith voted on," says Joanna Brooks, an LDS author. "Especially for Mormons in the American West, Mitt Romney presents the most prominent mainstream face of Mormon culture."

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lange said...

10:12 PM
on Nov 08, 2012

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It is true that some Mormons have fasted and prayed for a Romney victory, but some Mormons have fasted and prayed for an Obama victory as well.
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