Vote: Was Santorum’s Romney endorsement the most tepid yet?

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Rick Santorum emailed his supporters late Monday evening to announce his formal support for Republican presidential-nominee-in-waiting Mitt Romney. In a statement posted on his campaign website, Santorum said he was ambivalent as to whether to endorse his former rival, but chose to do so after the two men met on Santorum's turf in Pittsburgh.

The Ticket has kept close tabs on the emergent art form of the Tepid Romney Endorsement, pioneered by the likes of Marco Rubio and George Pataki and refined by Newt Gingrich and Mitch Daniels. Daniels is currently the two-time champion in our ongoing reader contest to determine the most lackluster endorser. Now that Santorum has thrown down the gauntlet, we invite readers to vote below on whether he deserves to be our champion. Results will be announced Tuesday.


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