Here's an interesting question. Will Latino members of the LDS Church vote for Mitt Romney given the Republican Party's stance on immigration?
The BBC looks at the growing number of Hispanics within the Mormom faith, and how Romney captures their vote given their traditional support of Democrats.
Mr Romney should not take the support of Hispanic Mormons for granted, according to some analysts. Hispanic voters have traditionally gone for Democratic candidates, and supported Barack Obama by a more than 2-to-1 margin in 2008.
"Romney is not very popular within the Hispanic Mormon community due to his position on immigration," says Ignacio Garcia, professor of Latino History at Brigham Young University, the most prominent Mormon university, located in Utah's capital.
In Mr Garcia's opinion, Hispanic Mormons would clearly vote in favour of the Democratic Party, as would the majority of Hispanics in the US.
During the campaign, Mr Romney has vied with the rest of the Republican contenders over who has taken a tougher stance on illegal immigrants. He has also supported a border fence between the United States and Mexico.