Disorganized Santorum Campaign Has a PA Ballot Problem

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Politicalwire:

Though he holds a double-digit lead, Rick Santorum’s disorganization may cost him a chance at delegates in his home state.

The Daily: “The problem for Santorum springs from the fact that potential delegates in Pennsylvania run on a primary ballot uncommitted to any presidential candidate — meaning voters won’t know who they’ll support at the convention this summer… Romney, Ron Paul and even Newt Gingrich got some of their supporters on the ballot as delegate candidates. But Santorum’s campaign officials, who have struggled with ballot organization issues across the country, privately concede that they just didn’t have the time, nor resources, to organize their own supporters to run as delegates when the paperwork was due earlier this year.”

(h/t Rich Wilkins)

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4 Responses to Disorganized Santorum Campaign Has a PA Ballot Problem

  1. Joseph says:

    See, Rick Santorum can’t even get his organization right. We need to stop wasting time on this and get behind Mitt Romney as our nominee. So that we can focus on Obama and conservatives taking over the senates.

    • Jon says:

      Looks like you’ve got a lot of persuasion to do, my friend. PA Republicans seem to love them some Rick Santorum.

  2. Hispana says:

    Rick Santorum rushed into this campaign totally unprepared and his problem with lack of organization all over shows one that is not PRESIDENTIAL material. As he is pressured he has turned radical to the extreme right. He is too volatile to be relied upon. Quick to open his mouth and it backfires. His social issues has scared the heck out of many women in the Republican Party. But mostly, he is a big pretender claiming to be the most CONSERVATIVE when his record in Congress was to the contrary with his love for earmarks, bridge to nowhere and big spending. THE DEEDS DO NOT FOLLOW THE WORDS! Further, you ousted him in 2006 with 18 points loss and my question is ARE YOU READY TO TRUST HIM AGAIN? He can be a nice fellow for you all but does this translate into a great candidate? I don’t think so!

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