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 presumptive Republican nominee to an open service in Wolfeboro, N.H.
According to Hunt, Romney goes to church nearly every week. The services typically last three hours, and feature a variation on the typical communion service: bread and water, instead of wine, because the Mormon religion prohibits drinking alcohol.
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