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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Robert E. Denton , Jr.
"In a close race, the surrogates allow to create headiness," said Robert E. Denton, Jr., a political science professor at Virginia Tech. "Most of the time, because of an identification, the surrogates can attract [a] kind of particular group."
Mr. Denton said that more emphatic support from Mr. Santorum, a devout Catholic, could also help sway conservatives wary about Mr. Romney's Mormon religion.