Undecided on candidates, Arizona Republicans seek authentic conservatism

David Chalian
The Ticket

PHOENIX, Ariz. -- The latest CNN/TIME poll of Arizona Republicans shows roughly one third of likely primary voters might still change their minds about which candidate to support in the presidential primary next week.

That decision-making was on full display here Tuesday at the El Zaribah Shrine Auditorium where Rick Santorum delivered the keynote address to the Maricopa County GOP Lincoln Day luncheon.

The Santorum supporters with whom I spoke appeared to be as firmly opposed to Romney as they are supportive of Santorum. But many of the GOP activists in the room were still torn between the candidates and divided over their various attributes.

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