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Romney camp consulted with Mormon leaders

Eyes nationwide network to aid White House bid

By Scott Helman and Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / October 19, 2006

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SALT LAKE CITY -- Governor Mitt Romney's political team has quietly consulted with leaders of the Mormon Church to map out plans for a nationwide network of Mormon supporters to help Romney capture the presidency in 2008, according to interviews and written materials reflecting plans for the initiative. (Full article: 1749 words)

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