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CAMPAIGN 2012

Santorum Admits He Has Catching Up To Do In New Hampshire

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum confessed he has some catching up to do in New Hampshire.

“I’m a little bit behind the curve,” Santorum told CNN early Wednesday morning, noting that Mitt Romney has more money and has been running for president for the past six years.

 

Still, Santorum was optimistic, citing support from New Hampshire state representatives and his success in building grassroots support in Iowa.

“We feel very good that we’re going to climb that ladder just as we did here,” Santorum said.

On news that Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., will come forward to endorse Romney later on Wednesday, Santorum said he was surprised the endorsement had not come earlier.

 

 “I commend Governor Romney for getting his endorsement, but I’m not surprised by it,” Santorum said of the pending endorsement from McCain. “John is a more moderate member of the Republican team."

 

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