Tag Archives: DNC

Mormonism Stayed off the Table: Thank You OFA and DNC

November 16, 2012


It’s hard to believe that the election ended less than two weeks ago. I didn’t post much the last few weeks of the campaign because I was knocking doors in Florida, and there’s one thing I must say: THANK YOU to Obama for America and the Democratic National Committee for keeping Governor Romney’s Mormonism and […]

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On Faith and Politics at the DNC

September 10, 2012


Post by Rob T. For those of you who are unaware, Mormons for Obama, LDS Dems, and the Scott Howell for Senate campaign all had a presence at the DNC. We had a fantastic gathering Tuesday afternoon, where we got to hear from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. (Crystal Young-Otterstrom, chair of LDS Dems, introduced […]

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Democratic National Convention, Day 3

September 8, 2012


Post by Joseph M – The DNC is over; it is like saying goodbye to a good friend.  But before I say how much I love and respect President Obama, and how inspired I felt listening to him speak Thursday night – “like General Conference come early,” (if I can be egotistical enough to quote my own […]

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Democratic National Convention, Day 2

September 6, 2012


Post by Joseph M – Bill Clinton spoke truth this evening; the mists of darkness that covered the land have dispersed and scattered, and America’s collective memory of last week’s confusion and half-truths (and even lies) at the RNC has cleared.  Clinton solidly reviewed and dismissed the misinformation from the RNC speakers, and he highlighted Obama’s record in so many areas.  […]

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Democratic National Convention, Day 1

September 4, 2012

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One of the most exciting events of the day was the gathering of Democratic Saints in Charlotte NC to usher in the DNC and recognize the many of us that support President Obama.  Those of us who were not there are jealous of course, but we celebrate the unity of Democratic Mormons across our great […]

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