Mitt Romney and the Mormon Factor in Politics Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is the first Mormon in history to make a serious run for president. Notre Dame political science professor David Campbell talks about the role of religion in Romney's run for the Republican nomination.
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Mitt Romney and the Mormon Factor in Politics

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Mitt Romney and the Mormon Factor in Politics

Mitt Romney and the Mormon Factor in Politics

Mitt Romney and the Mormon Factor in Politics

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Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is the first Mormon in history to make a serious run for president. Notre Dame political science professor David Campbell speaks with Scott Simon about the role of religion in Romney's run for the Republican nomination.