The GOP’s branding problem
Republicans working hard to keep voters away from the polls
ST. GEORGE, Utah — It stands on six acres, majestically 175 feet high, white against a bright blue Utah sky: the St. George Utah Temple, dedicated in 1877.
It was a work of religious necessity and love by Mormon pioneers including Republican Party presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s great-great grandfather, Miles Romney (July 13, 1806 — May 3, 1877), who was superintendent of the construction on the temple, Utah’s first LDS temple. All that focus, intense concentration and time put in years ago built a visual “branding” for the city of St. George that will endure for years.
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