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"Harry Reid: Mitt Romney is not the face of Mormonism" (Tribune, Sept. 25) concludes by quoting Utah Republican Party chairman Thomas Wright: "I've not run across one Mormon who thinks that Mitt Romney is not a good face for Mormons and for two liberal Democrats to use that ploy to try to convince Mormons and Democrats to vote against Romney is disappointing and sad."
I am a Mormon mother of two, an unaffiliated voter, and Romney is not a good face for me or my faith. Where has Wright been? He must live in a cocoon. I know several Mormons who think Romney is not the face of their Mormonism.
What I find "sad" is Wright's "ploy" to use Romney's supposed representation of Mormonism to try to convince Mormons to vote for Romney. Carry on, Sen. Reid!
Stacie A. Sears
Salt Lake City