Speaking in the state that he used to represent in the Senate, Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum told supporters in Gettysburg, Pa., that he's suspending his campaign ahead of the Pennsylvania primary.
"Against all odds, we won 11 states, millions of voters, millions of votes," Santorum said. "We found that support. I found a deeper love for this country." "This game is a long, long, long way from over," he added, taking aim at President Obama's hopes of re-election.
Santorum did not answer reporters' shouted questions after the speech about whether he would throw his support behind rival Mitt Romney.