In the wave of campaign noise, the Romneys still take time out for Church:
Mitt Romney squeezed in more quality time with his family Sunday morning, and led his wife, two sons and grandchildren to church services in a New Hampshire vacation town. Dressed in a suit jacket despite the sunny morning warmth, Romney clasped hands with his wife, Ann, as they entered the Wolfeboro branch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The family sat in two rows during the services. One speaker made note of their presence, musing that one day there could be a Mormon president of the United States. At that, several congregants turned and smiled at the Romney family.