April 17, 2012

Romney Can Talk Faith Without Mormonism

Jacques Berlinerblau, Washington Post

That deafening, churning, leather-on-wood sound you just heard is the sound of the entire Romney campaign “pivoting to the general,” as the pundits like to say.

In the coming months Romney and his faith and values team will need to figure out how to draw lucrative religious voting blocs to the Republican side of the ledger. Faith-based politicking is always a complicated affair, and for these reasons I offer a few hopefully helpful suggestions on how the Romney team ought proceed:

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TAGGED: Mormonism, Election 2012, Religion, Mitt Romney

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