1. Fingers Crossed

    Santorum: Bring On the Convention

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    Rick Santorum doesn’t think any of the Republican candidates have a good chance at securing the 1,144 delegates needed for the presidential nomination, making it likely that the primary will end in a brokered convention. Despite his dismal showing in Puerto Rico over the weekend, Santorum is looking forward to a better turnout in Illinois this week in the hopes that he can at least prevent Mitt Romney from accumulating more delegates. “If the other people stay in the race, it’s going to be hard for anyone to get to that magic number,” the former Pennsylvania senator said on CBS’s This Morning. “We believe we get to the convention, the convention will nominate a conservative. The convention will not nominate an establishment moderate from Massachusetts.”

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