Romney takes a break from campaign, attends church

Mitt Romney speaks during a campaign event with

Mitt Romney speaks during a campaign event with Republican Governors in Basalt, Colorado. (Aug. 2, 2012) (Credit: Getty Images)

WOLFEBORO, N.H. - Mitt Romney is attending church Sunday and relaxing with family as he prepares for a campaign sprint towards next week's Republican convention in Florida.

The presidential candidate attended the Mormon church in Wolfeboro, N.H., with his wife, Ann. Their son Tagg, his wife, Jen, and several of their young children joined them.

Romney is resting at his lakefront home here after several days of heavy fundraising.

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He will join his running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan, Monday for a session with voters in Manchester, N.H.

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