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Topic - Emma P. Routh
"Not unless I'm struck by a lightning bolt from on high," said Emma P. Routh from Franklinville, N.C., who fired off a $100 check to Mr. Santorum in March, weeks before the former senator from Pennsylvania dropped out of the race.
"If God speaks out loud, I might. I'm not very enthusiastic about Romney. I'm sort of at the point where I'm going to have to hold my breath while I go to the polls," she said.