Reports The Washington Post's Stephen Stromberg (who was himself raised Mormon):
Asked about Mitt Romney, attendees professed excitement that a Mormon is running for president. “It’s huge that he’s brought more attention to our faith,” said Lisa Johnson, a Democratic delegate from the Salt Lake City suburbs. But they also expressed admiration for the man they will vote against. “He is obviously a very good person,” said Robert Taber, the national director of Mormons for Obama, and my cousin. Folks in Utah still admire how Romney saved the 2002 Salt Lake Olympics, Craig Janis, the caucus’s Utah outreach director, pointed out.
“We’re pro-Obama, not anti-Romney,” Taber said, explaining that he “aggressively” monitors the Mormons for Obama Facebook page for insults.