Rick Santorum Prepares for Ohio and Super Tuesday

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Rick Santorum is joined on stage by his family as he delivers remarks to the 2012 Conservative Political Action Conference. (Getty)

Rick Santorum missed a golden opportunity to dethrone the front-runner Mitt Romney last night in Michigan. Now Santorum and the other candidates are turning their sights towards next week's Super Tuesday when 10 states go to the polls. There are 66 delegates are up for grabs in Ohio, and no Republican has taken the White House without winning the Buckeye State.

James O’Toole is a political reporter for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and has been following Santorum since he was Senator of PennsylvaniaJack Boyle is a registered Republican and Tea Party activist from Solon, Ohio.


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