"I’m still not convinced that I will vote for Romney. I’m sorting through his views on domestic issues, as well as his views on Iraq. Among some of my Mormon friends, my hesitancy is unimaginable. After generations of being the brunt of water cooler jokes and ugly stereotypes, we’re fiercely loyal to one another. But since Romney’s speech, I’m relieved that the man who is currently the face of my religion can in fact be admired. I am relieved that I can trust him to honor the thing most sacred to me: my faith," - Neylan McBaine, 30, a religion writer living in Boston.

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