Mitt Romney traveled to this conservative state yesterday and stepped up his courtship of Tea Party supporters, as the intensifying GOP presidential campaign entered the fall political season.
The former Massachusetts governor, who until now has mostly ignored the Tea Party movement, made an appeal to social and religious conservatives in a state in which politics are guided by both.
At a Tea Party-backed forum for GOP candidates, Romney was asked about the decision-making process he would bring to the White House.
“I go on my knees,’’ said Romney, who rarely brings up religion and his Mormon faith. “I’m a person of faith and I look for inspiration. . . . And then, with all that God has endowed you - with your mind, with your values - you make that decision.’’
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