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Published on Jan 21, 2012
On the day of the South Carolina primary, we talk with Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum at a polling place in Chapin, SC, about the two party system and whether more competition for the parties would benefit the process. He said he believes that "the two party system has worked exceptionally well for this country." He also told us that more competition for the two parties "would divide our political process," and when asked why he thought most Americans want a third ticket on the ballot in 2012, he responded, "You'd have to ask them."