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Romney vows a balance on religion

Declares he won't serve leaders of Mormon Church

Mitt Romney drew the line at discussing the specifics of his faith. (Globe Staff / David L. Ryan) Mitt Romney drew the line at discussing the specifics of his faith.
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / December 7, 2007

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas - In the most closely scrutinized moment of his presidential campaign, Mitt Romney declared yesterday that religion is central to his life and to America, but that he will not be a spokesman for Mormonism or serve the leaders of his church if he is elected president. (Full article: 1250 words)

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