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ENG: Richard John "Rick" Santorum (born May 10, 1958) is an American Republican Party politician. He was a lawyer before becoming the Representative for suburban Pittsburgh in 1991 and Senator for Pennsylvania from 1995, before losing his seat in 2006 and returning to law, public policy and the media. He is a candidate in the 2012 Republican Party presidential primaries. Santorum holds socially conservative positions, including opposition to same-sex marriage. On fiscal issues, his record is more mixed; in Congress, Santorum used earmarks and supported big government programs in education and transportation, but had a leading role in enacting welfare reform, and voted for tax cuts, a balanced budget amendment, and cuts in entitlement spending. As a presidential candidate, he has supported ...
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Rick Santorum in South Carolina aims to regain momentum


WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. – Rick Santorum arrived here Wednesday trying to regain his momentum — and was greeted by crowds cheering him into the next phase of the fight. After a fifth-place finish in New Hampshire, Santorum’s hoping the state’s large social conservative population will propel him back to the spot he had in the race following the late surge which put him in a virtual tie in the Iowa caucuses. “South Carolina is open for anyone,” Santorum said. He also vowed to keep going no matter what happens in the Jan. 21 primary, saying he’ll ...


Rick Santorum: His record on winning the political center...


... (Fact Checker biography) “I'm the only one in this race that has a track record of winning elections in tough states. I had a million more registered Democrats than Republicans, and in two statewide elections, running against very strong candidates, I was able to win the state of Pennsylvania, something a Republican hasn't done for president since 1988. And so if you look at everybody else in the field, no one has ever run as a conservative and been able to attract independents and Democrats to win.” — Former Sen. Rick Santorum, during an interview with NBC News, ...


Santorum moves up to fourth, Gingrich drops to fifth in N.H.


The final tally in the New Hampshire primary showed Rick Santorum clinched fourth place and Newt Gingrich took fifth, according to the New Hampshire secretary of state. Throughout late Tuesday night and early yesterday morning when the votes were tallied, Gingrich had been fourth, but Santorum overtook him, beating him by just 138 votes, with 23,174 votes for Gingrich and 23,312 for Santorum. It was the second close race for Santorum, who lost to Mitt Romney in the Iowa caucuses by eight votes. The gap is unlikely to make a difference for the two men as they battle for a win in South ...


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Rick Santorum's Endorsement of Governor Mitt Romney
On Friday, Governor Romney came to Pittsburgh for an over-hour long one-on-one meeting. The conversation was candid, collegial and focused on the issues that you helped me give voice to during our campaign; because I believe they are essential ingredients to not only winning this fall, but turning our country around. read more
The Media's Delegate Math is Wrong
A memo detailing flawed delegate counts from John Yob, delegate strategist, to Mike Biundo, campaign manager:    To:                          Mike Biundo read more
Resurrecting Religious Freedom
The following Op-Ed by Rick Santorum first appeared on Ricochet.com on April 6, 2012:    read more
Unleashing America's Energy Revolution
  President Obama has demonstrated he does not know how to solve our energy problems and address our need for energy security. I would suggest he visit Pennsylvania to see how we do it right.  Below Pennsylvania's mosaic of cities, suburbs, villages, lakes, farms and highways lay vast reserves of energy. Pennsylvania is developing these energy resources, creating a surge of economic activity and good jobs at good wages for Pennsylvania men and women.  read more



 
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