Saturday, October 10, 2015

Santorum to hit Iowa (again) and N.H., key stops for presidential candidates

Sen. Rick Santorum is scheduled to keynote a county GOP's Lincoln Day dinner in New Hampshire, and is going back to Iowa to headline the fundraising banquet for the state's Christian Coalition.

Santorum to hit Iowa (again) and N.H., key stops for presidential candidates


The Union-Leader in Manchester is reporting that former Sen. Rick Santorum (R.,Pa.) will headline a county GOP's Lincoln Day dinner - a presidential-candidate kind of stop in the first primary state at this stage of the 2012 jockeying. Here is John DiStaso's report.

This follows Santorum's news the other day that he will be going back to Iowa, where we followed him last October, in March to headline a fundraising dinner for the state's powerful Christian Coalition.

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