A call for Mormon Democrats to throw their hats in the ring

Last week, in writing on my blog about what a Mitt Romney presidency would mean for Mormonism, I shared an experience one of my friends had while living in Massachusetts.

I wrote: "Shortly after Romney's gubernatorial election, the Boston Stake planned a 'mini-mission,' in which 60 LDS teenagers spent a weekend proselyting with the full-time missionaries in Eastern Massachusetts. In the testimony meeting that followed the activity, everyone took turns swapping their best rejection stories. The winner came from a kid who had spent the afternoon knocking on doors near Cambridge:

"'This really isn't a good day for you guys to talk to me,' a woman told them after glancing at their nametags. 'I'm a Democrat.'"

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