Darrin Grinder is a professor at Northwest Nazarene University in Boise, Idaho. He co-authored The Presidents and Their Faith: From George Washington to Barack Obama (2012), which examines the religious beliefs of America’s presidents.
U.S. Rep. Mike Simpson, a Republican, represents Idaho’s 2nd District and is a member of the LDS church.
U.S. Rep. Raul Labrador, a Republican, represents Idaho’s 1st District and is an LDS church member.
James R. Spencer is a minister and author of seven books on cults, the occult and secularism. He wrote an article about Mormonism and Christianity for the Assemblies of God magazine, Today’s Pentecostal Evangel. He runs the website Maze Ministry. He lives in Boise, Idaho.
U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, is a member of the LDS church.
Lane Williams teaches communications at Brigham Young University-Idaho. He is a former reporter and has conducted research into media coverage of the LDS (he is a Mormon) and Romney’s candidacy.
Stephen Devadoss is a professor of agricultural economics and rural sociology at the University of Idaho.
Bryan Fischer is the former director of issue analysis for government and public policy at the American Family Association, where he is now host of its “Focal Point” radio show. He has suggested that no more Muslims should be allowed to immigrate to the U.S.
Rabbi Mendel Lifshitz and his wife, Esther, direct Chabad Jewish Center of Idaho in Boise. The center is part of Chabad Lubavitch, a New York community of Hasidim.