DETROIT, MI — Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum have spent much of their time in Michigan, pushing their take on the economy. But the back and forth is not making it easier for voters who take to the polls Tuesday.
It comes as a surprise there are so many undecided voters in Michigan a day before the primary, even after all the debates and the campaigning that has been going on.
Monday afternoon, Romney’s name was up in lights at a theater in Royal Oak, Michigan, which is about 20 minutes outside Detroit. The suburban city favors Romney, with many residents sold on their hometown candidate.
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