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Published March 07, 2012
Rick Santorum’s supporters, the morning after their candidate hung tough and pulled out three Super Tuesday victories, began to apply serious pressure to Newt Gingrich to bow out of the presidential race — arguing the former speaker is standing in the way of a fair fight between Santorum and Mitt Romney.
The super PAC supporting the former Pennsylvania senator claimed Wednesday that Santorum — who was overshadowed by Romney’s victories in Ohio and five other states — would have had a much bigger night had it not been for Gingrich’s presence. Gingrich kept his campaign alive by winning Georgia Tuesday.