Mitt Romney's Monday appearance at a Mormon bookstore in San Diego drew a dozen protesters to the scene, holding signs taking the Mormon Church to task for its contributions to Prop. 8 and calling on the former Republican presidential nominee to apologize.
Romney appeared at the Deseret Bookstore in La Jolla, just across the freeway from San Diego's Mormon temple. Rex Wockner reports for TowleRoad that reporters and protesters were not allowed in the store but were instructed to take photos through the window.
Several hundred people waited in line to meet the former Massachusetts governor, who was in town signing copies of his new book, No Apology: The Case for American Greatness. Read a full report here.