Story from the American Spectator Web site by LDS writer Carrie Sheffield looks at evangelical concern with Mitt Romney's Mormonism, and how it is impacting the Iowa caucuses. Sheffield also examines Romney's term of service as governor of Massachusetts and concludes that evangelical fears that a Mormon president would bode well for the growth of Mormonism around the world "don't add up. Evangelicals may be surprised to learn that the growth of church membership in Massachusetts slowed substantially during Romney's tenure as governor. In fact, one could make the absurdly simplistic argument that Romney was bad for Mormonism." To read the entire story from the American Spectator Web site please click here.