(RNS) — A new study shows that Trump is having a hard time generating enthusiasm among Mormon voters, especially women and young adults, even though Mormons remain supporters of the GOP.
In early 2017, some Mormon women began expressing concern about eroding ethical standards in government. Now they're over 6,000 strong and still growing.
Donald Trump will be meeting with Mormon officials and touring Welfare Square today. Not all Utah residents are happy about the president, as Devery S. Anderson's guest post makes clear.
(RNS) — High-profile Mormons from Mitt Romney to Jeff Flake have publicly denounced the actions of fellow Republicans like Roy Moore and President Trump. But their engagement is selective, writes Jana Riess. (COMMENTARY)
(RNS) — As someone who often votes with the other party, I doubt I have much in common politically with Sen. Flake, who has described himself as a traditional conservative. As a fellow Mormon, though, I'd like to buy that man a cup of not-coffee.
Mormon Republicans who went for Trump were less religious and more anxious about immigration and racial diversity than those who supported McMullin.
Early data showed that a majority of U.S. Mormons did not plan to vote for Donald Trump. In the end, though, 61% of them did.
Guest blogger Robert A. Rees argues that Clinton shares core Mormon values in a way that Trump never has -- and from all appearances never will.
(RNS) Apparently the racist provocateur who just called Evan McMullin a 'closet homosexual' and wants all nonwhites to be deported is a Mormon.
(RNS) As Mormons' coolness to Donald Trump turns to revulsion, who will get the Utah vote?
I still doubt that Utah will go for Hillary Clinton in the general election. But the fact that it’s even on the table as a point of discussion is a remarkable first in this election of remarkable firsts.
Start with his misogyny, profanity and his antipathy toward immigrants. And there are still more reasons why he trails in Utah polls.