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Former Massachusetts Gov. and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney gives a foreign policy address to cadets at the Citadel on October 7, 2011 in Charleston, South Carolina. Romney spoke about the war in Afghanistan and other military topics. (Photo by Richard Ellis/Getty Images) | Getty Images

Four years ago, as evangelical Christians flexed their political muscle during Iowa Caucus season, Republican voter Kathy Arzani winced at scripted religious nuances intended to pull support away from fellow Mormon Mitt Romney. He was the front-runner in Iowa in the race for the GOP presidential nomination.

Read the whole story at West Des Moines, IA Patch

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