Nancy French

Evangelicals for Mitt

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Co-founder of Evangelicals for Mitt, a grassroots effort to get Evangelicals Christians to support Governor Romney; co-author of memoirs by Ann Romney and Bristol Palin

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At the Citadel military college in South Carolina,  Mitt Romney  made a neo-conservative foreign policy speech today.

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