After reading "Top Mormon church posts dominated by registered Republicans" (Tribune, Dec. 5), I wondered to what party the publisher, editor and department chiefs of The Salt Lake Tribune belong? I'd bet Trib staffers are Democrats in telling disproportion to Utah's population.
That's nothing to be ashamed of, but if I followed columnist Peg McEntee's thinking in "Top Mormon leaders should drop political party labels" (Tribune, Dec. 6), a high rate of Tribune registered Democrats could call into question the objectivity of its political news coverage.
Over decades of attending Latter-day Saint church meetings, I have never heard any leader from church president to local stake presidents, bishops and Relief Society presidents ever make a single partisan remark. My political experience at church has been, officially and unofficially, completely nonpartisan.