Mitt Romney will devote a chunk of primetime at the Republican National Convention in Tampa to his Mormon faith, touching on a subject he doesn't often bring up on the campaign trail. On a conference call with reporters Friday, the Romney campaign said talk of Romney's faith will come on Thursday night as part of a night devoted to "telling Gov. Romney's story."
"We will be having several people who he worked with through his church, that he helped at different times in their lives," Romney strategist Russ Schriefer said. "We'll have someone who followed Gov. Romney as a leader in the church will talk about what it was like to fill Gov. Romney's shoes in that role."