Romney to Address Mormon Faith

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Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney is due to give a speech Thursday about his Mormon faith and the role it would play in his presidency. The speech from Romney, who could be the first Mormon president, draws comparisons to an address by John F. Kennedy about his Catholic faith during his successful bid for the presidency in 1960.

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