America quietly observed a major milestone in its history Tuesday when Mitt Romney became the first Mormon presidential nominee of a major political party.
The achievement comes four years after a spate of firsts, culminating with the election of the first African American president. This one has been greeted with little fanfare. And that is just how Romney and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints want it.
Just as Barack Obama reached historic levels four years ago as the first African-American presidential nominee of a major political party, Mitt Romney has now reached that peak as the first-ever Mormon. And yet, in a poll this Janua... Read Post
As the first Mormon presidential nominee, Mitt Romney's faith is a subject of cautious scrutiny on the campaign trail. On Sunday, AP reporter Kasie Hunt took an interesting look at Romney's church-going experiences, trailing the pre... Read Post