Last lines from my column this morning:
Santorum is scrambling to take advantage of any openings he can find. Local endorsements, like the one that came out Monday (in a private capacity, not as a university stance) from Mark Foley, respected president of the Baptist-affiliated University of Mobile, might help Santorum make up for the lack of other advantages. (Disclosure: I have a “writer-in-residence” affiliation with the university.)
In short, it’s anybody’s guess how it could turn out, with the smart money being on narrow wins for either Romney or Gingrich, but with Santorum needing only a last burst of speed to pass them.
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