Huge Support Rallies Around Rick Santorum for Tuesdays Primary/Caucus in AL, MS and HI

There has been several big announcements from Rick Santorum’s Campaign in the past 24 hours. Today we have 2 Southern Primaries in Alabama and Mississippi along with a caucus in Hawaii. These endorsements and the news of who voted for the former Senator of Pennsylvania could very well be the boost he needed to win these States.

  • Alabama Governor Robert Bentley Casts Vote for Rick Santorum
  • Congressman Alan Nunnelee Endorses Santorum for President
  • Christian Singer and Three-Time Grammy Winner Michael W. Smith Endorses Santorum for President

Press Release March 13, 2012

Alabama Governor Robert Bentley Casts Vote for Rick Santorum

Verona, PA – The Rick Santorum for President campaign is proud to learn that it has received the vote of the Governor of Alabama, Robert Bentley. On the nationally syndicated radio show, “Rick and Bubba Show,” Alabama Congressman RobertAderholt made the following announcement:

Congressman Aderholt said: “He and his wife will be voting for Rick Santorum for President. I was very excited to hear our Governor felt his values were in line with Rick Santorum… He has told people that he is voting for Senator Santorum and he holds the values and principles he believes in.”

Rick Santorum said: “I am honored to have Governor Bentley’s support.  Governor Bentley is a true public servant who goes to work each day fighting for Alabama and her people.  He understands what small business owners and entrepreneurs are facing, and he has applied those principles day-in and day-out.  That is the mindset we need in Washington, one that doesn’t represent 1%, 95%, or 99% of Americans – but all Americans.  I am committed to doing just that, representing all Americans and with support of great Americans like Governor Bentley, I am confident we have taken one more big step toward realizing that opportunity.” Read more…

More from Governor Bentley

“I view Rick Santorum as the most conservative candidate in the Republican presidential primary,” Bentley wrote on Facebook after word leaked out on the radio in Alabama that he voted for Santorum.

Press Release March 13, 2012

Christian Singer and Three-Time Grammy Winner Michael W. Smith Endorses Santorum for President

Verona, PA – The Rick Santorum for President Campaign is proud to announce that it has received the endorsement of Michael W. Smith.

Michael W. Smith said: “Rick has been a friend for many years and know him personally as a man of strong faith, character and conviction. He is committed to his family and has consistently and faithfully served our country.  Rick has fought for life, for marriage and for the least of these. And that is why I support my friend – Rick Santorum.  We need a leader who will stand fast to his convictions and lead our country with an unwavering moral compass.  I know Rick Santorum to be a man of great character – and worthy of the office of President of the United States.” Read more…

Press Release March 13, 2012

Congressman Alan Nunnelee Endorses Santorum for President

Verona, PA – The Rick Santorum for President campaign is proud to announce that Mississippi Congressman Alan Nunnelee has endorsed Rick Santorum for President.

Congressman Nunnelee said: “Rick Santorum understands that freedom means economic prosperity, strong families and communities that provide opportunities for all. His personal commitment and record of achievement show that not only does he live these values, but works to make them a reality for all Americans. I think Rick Santorum will make a great President and I look forward to voting for him on Tuesday.” Read more…

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