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David Yepsen on IA Mormon's for Mitt

I just returned from the Politico's Early State Countdown Panel at George Washington University. 

Because of this morning's speech, the most timely comment regarded
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Mitt Romney, and came from the Des Moines Register's David Yepsen.  Yepsen recounted a conversation he had with a Romney Iowa leader about the large number of Mormon's attending a Romney rally in Iowa. 

It went like this:

Yepsen:  "... when did you start working the Mormon network?"

Romney Iowa leader:  "It works itself."
Yepsen's point, of course, is that Romney still has the benefit of a loyal and devoted group of Iowa supporters who, by the way, are sure to actually caucus for him.

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