Religion has taken a prominent place in the presidential election. Mitt Romney is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The church's members have received tough questions about his faith and the history of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Nevada has a diverse and politically active LDS voter base but how much will those voters' religion influence who they vote for? In a recent Pew poll, 46% of LDS members said they believe a lot of discrimination exists toward them. We talk with local LDS members about what it will take to win their vote in Nevada.
GUESTS David Campbell, Assoc Prof of Poli Sci, U of Notre Dame Aaron Anderson, local LDS member and Realtor Sara Nix, local LDS member
Michael Bennion, local LDS member and graduate student at UNLV