Santorum Pulls Ahead of Mittens in Michigan

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  1. InTheLight

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    Rick Santorum has overtaken Mitt Romney in the race for the GOP primary vote in Michigan, a state long considered a lock for Romney that has become a make-or-break test for his campaign.

    New polls from Republican-leaning American Research Group and the Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling both give Santorum the lead in Michigan, where Romney grew up and his father was a popular governor.

    The PPP poll released Monday found Santorum at 39 percent, ahead of Romney with 24 percent, Ron Paul with 12 percent and Newt Gingrich at 11 percent. Similarly, the American Research Group poll found Santorum with 33 percent, followed by Romney at 27 percent, Gingrich at 21 percent, and Paul at 12 percent.

    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/polls/210259-two-polls-find-santorum-leading-in-michigan
     
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    My state holds open primary, so democrats allowed to cross over...

    MANY here feel that he is surging due to dems willingly to vote for Rick, as they want to make sure he wins, as they feel Romney harder for their man the presient to beat him!
     

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