A recent poll delivered some bad news to Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and his potential 2008 bid for president when it revealed that nearly 40 percent of Americans would not vote for a Mormon presidential candidate. It’s not known how they would feel about having a Mormon first lady in the White House. But that could come to pass if Sen. Chris Dodd succeeds in winning the presidency. The Connecticut Democrat, a Catholic, is married to Jackie Clegg, a Mormon from Utah. “That could pose a problem for some religious conservatives,” according to Sen. Bob Bennett, R-Utah,” the Washington, D.C.-based publication The Hill reports. At a recent gala dinner, Bennett said a tongue-in-cheek Dodd told him, “At Bob Jones University, we are now a two-cult family.” Some evangelical Christians view both Mormonism and Catholicism as cults, according to The Hill, and Bob Jones University – a fundamentalist Christian school in South Carolina – has been criticized for past hostility toward some denominations. Dodd said in May that he was assembling a team to prepare for the 2008 presidential campaign, and in June he held his first major presidential fund-raiser.