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Mitt Romney infiltrates Santorum territory, calls Pa. voters

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"Good morning Lois, this is Mitt Romney calling. How are you?" Romney said from his state campaign headquarters in Harrisburg. "Have you ever heard of me?"

The former Massachusetts governor sat down ahead of the April 24 Pennsylvania primary and urged voters and their friends to vote for him. Romney is leading in the Keystone State with 42 percent support, followed by Santorum at 37 percent, Ron Paul at 9 percent and Newt Gingrich at 6 percent, according to a survey from Public Policy Polling released on Thursday.

Despite Santorum's plans on winning Pennsylvania, Romney continues to steamroll ahead, telling residents, "I'll need every vote I can get."

"I'm here today in Harrisburg making some calls, so I want to make sure you get out and vote on the 24th and hopefully get some friends to help our with you," Romney said over the phone. "Get everybody you can, get out and vote. I'll need every vote I can get. I need a lot of delegates from Pennsylvania."