Super Tuesday is two weeks away, and the republican presidential candidates are criss-crossing the country in search of support.
New national polls show Rick Santorum beating Mitt Romney by as much as 10 points, but those same polls show Romney as the candidate who can beat President Obama.
Santorum aimed his comments at a Michigan event towards the president instead of his GOP opponents. Romney, on the other hand, compared Santorum to a democrat in Ohio.
Newt Gingrich focused on rising gas prices, saying he can bring the price down below $2.50 a gallon.
Ron Paul spent the day in North Dakota. He's the only candidate without a victory this year.