Santorum Robo-Calls Try to Lure Democrats

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Supporters carry signs for Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum as he speaks during a Tea Party rally in Columbus, Ohio. (Jay LaPrete/Getty)

Voters in Arizona and Michigan go to the polls today. It's no secret that Michigan,  the state where Mitt Romney grew up,  is a must-win for Romney. Add in the fact that any registered voter is allowed to vote in Michigan's open primary it sounds like Rick Santorum has caught the Democratic bug. In a robocall circulated in Michigan yesterday, Santorum tried to woo the Democrats.

Takeaway Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich gives us more information about Santorum's Democratic strategy.

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