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Profile of Mitt Romney


     

Mitt Romney


Contact info:
Campaign website:
www.mittromney.com/
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 55239, Boston, MA 02205 Official Web Site: http://mass.gov/?pageID=gov2homepage&L=1&L0=Home&sid=Agov2

E-mail:    Non-published

Phone:    (617) 725-4005


Hometown:    Belmont, MA

Previous Occupation:   President of the Salt Lake City Organizing Committee for the Olympics since Feb. 1999; Head of Boston's Bain Capital, a venture capital firm. He sits on the board of office supply giant Staples.

Previous Office:    Lost a race for the US Senate in 1994, but gave powerhouse incumbent Edward Kennedy a scare early in the campaign. Before running for US Senate, he served as president of the 14 Mormon churches in the Boston area.

Education:    Was valedictorian of his undergraduate class at Brigham Young University, then obtained dual business and law degrees from Harvard University

Spouse:    Wife, Ann; five sons (all of whom have graduated from or are enrolled at Brigham Young). His father is former Michigan governor, the late George Romney. Romney's ancestors were among the Mormon founders of Salt Lake City.

Religion:    Mormon


For further information:   Wikipedia article
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