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Topic - John Brabender
Mitt Romney won more votes than Rick Santorum in Tuesday's Michigan primary, but the two Republican front-runners split the delegate haul down the middle — 15 each — prompting the Santorum campaign to declare victory as the focus shifts to next week's Super Tuesday.
Former GOP Sen. George Allen officially entered the race for his old Senate seat in Virginia on Monday, setting up a potential rematch with Democratic Sen. Jim Webb that could make the state a major political battleground in 2012.
The White House chief of staff's connection to a presidency with a sinking approval rating and association to Rod R. Blagojevich could have voters thinking otherwise.
Five-term Republican Sen. Arlen Specter said Tuesday that he is switching parties and will run next year as a Democrat.
"When he found out he wasn't winning among Republicans, Specter not only took his ball and went home, he joined the other team," said Pittsburgh-based Republican campaign adviser John Brabender.
John Brabender, Mr. Santorum's longtime political adviser, said they saw good signs from the vote.