WFSU Local
6:10 pm
Thu January 26, 2012

Santorum headlines FSU prayer breakfast

Santorum has branded himself as the  “Christian conservative” candidate over the course of his presidential bid, and during a prayer breakfast at Florida State University, he once again played up his conservative credentials, talking about the role of faith in government, education and politics.

“We will never have limited government, we will continue to be less free, unless we revitalize the institutions of faith and family in America. That’s the real message.”

Santorum is in third place in the polls, behind front-runners Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney. Ron Paul is last. Voters will go to the polls on January 31st, but early voting is already underway. Santorum says if he doesn’t win the Florida primary, he’ll continue on in the race.