1. What Polls?

    Santorum: ‘We’re Winning’

    MIAMISBURG, OH - MARCH 05:  Republican presidential candidate, former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum greets people during a campaign rally at the Dayton Christian School on March 5, 2012 in Miamisburg, Ohio. Ohio voters go to the polls tomorrow during their primary, as the Republican Party continues the process of deciding who their general election candidate will be against President Barack Obama in November.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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    Forget the polls, Rick Santorum is already an Ohio primary winner in his own mind. Speaking to ABC News Monday, the Republican presidential hopeful said voters are starting to see that Mitt Romney’s “values are not the values of the Republican Party.” Despite the fact that Santorum’s poll numbers in the key Super Tuesday state have taken a dip in the last week, he still declared: “We’re winning. Whether we end up with the most votes or not [in Ohio], we’re winning.” While Romney and Santorum are nearly neck-and-neck in the state, the former Massachusetts governor claims a slight lead ahead of tomorrow’s election.

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