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Over the weekend, Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney allowed some reporters to tag along as he attended services at the Mormon chapel near his summer home in Wolfesboro, N.H. So is the candidate about to become less secretive about his religion? Up until now, the campaign have made it strictly off limits and the candidate has barely mentioned the faith that has shaped so much of his life. What will it mean for the campaign? How should non-Mormons understand what is happening? And is there any danger that more exposure of Romney's Mormon faith could create a backlash from evangelical Protestants.
 
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