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Mitt Romney is positioned to become the first Mormon to appear at the top of a major party ticket in a presidential election, but he’s not actually the first Mormon to run for president (that was Joseph Smith). With such a historic event likely on the horizon, LDS Living decided to look back at some other great Mormon first, including the first successful artificial heart transplant and the first electric traffic light. This content originally appeared on LDSLiving.com. Reprinted here with permission.
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