TILTON, N.H. (AP) -- A buoyant Rick Santorum is telling New Hampshire voters to ignore pundits and polls and to vote for him in next Tuesday's primary.
Coming off his second-place finish in Iowa, Santorum is casting himself as the conservative best-suited to face President Barack Obama.
Mitt Romney eked out a narrow win over Santorum in Iowa and is favored in New Hampshire. But Santorum is hoping for an upset in New Hampshire.
Santorum campaigned Thursday at an old train station in Tilton, N.H.
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