Mitt Romney, the governor of Massachusetts, is running for a second time for the Republican nomination in the 2012 presidential election. He was founder and CEO of Bain & Company, and president and CEO of the committee that organized the 2002 Winter Olympics. Active in the Church of the Latter-Day Saints, he served in France a Mormon missionary and as ward bishop and stake president. Mark DeMoss, a publicist for many evangelical organizations, is a senior adviser in his campaign. He and his wife, Ann, have five children.
Mitt Romney believes American values, not Mormon doctrine, should rule a President.
Interview by Collin Hansen|
What Evangelicals Heard in Romney's 'Faith in America' Speech
What the candidate said will largely be welcomed. But questions remain about what wasn't.
Why Jerry Falwell Sr. Isn't Rolling In His Grave over Romney's Liberty Invitation
And what the university's invitation to the Mormon candidate says about evangelical political engagement.
Karen Swallow Prior|
- Mitt Romney Joins Evangelical Racial Justice March in DCPastor Thabiti Anyabwile helped organize Sunday’s event, which drew hundreds of participants.Jack Jenkins – Religion News Service|
- Actually, Evangelicals Were Quite Enthusiastic About RomneyTwo new reports shine new light on what happened in last month's election.Ted Olsen|
- Post-Election Fight over the 'Evangelical' BrandJim Daly, other leaders want 'evangelical' to be less about politics.Tobin Grant|
- After Election 2012: Living in the 'New Moral Landscape'A roundup of post-election buzz and responses.Compiled by Melissa Steffan|
- In Defeats, Evangelicals' Political Unity at All-Time HighIn three decades, born-again voters have gone from an even split to 4-to-1 Republican.Tobin Grant and Ted Olsen|
- The Year Of The Personal EndorsementWhy evangelical leaders who've been coy in the past are now making their picks explicit.Tobin Grant|
- Should the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association have Removed Mormons from "Cult" List?A roundup of expert views.Ruth Moon|
- Why Pro-Life Leaders Aren't Worried About RomneyHis muted opposition to abortion is necessary pragmatism, they say.David Gibson, Religion News Service|
- After Romney Meeting, Billy Graham Site Scrubs Mormon 'Cult' ReferenceBGEA says it wants to stay out of politicized theological debate.Daniel Burke, Religion News Service|
- What is Romney's Legislative Agenda on Abortion?Abortion remains a hot-button issue in the presidential campaign.Tobin Grant|