Oh, and as for AL, like it was mentioned before, that would only be a problem if Santorum had 60% of the popular vote. Since this is obviously not going to happen, he’s fine in AL with the 43 running delegates he has registered. Assuming he got 30% of the vote, he’s looking at getting 15 delegates. So no issue here. It’s looking to be a 16-16-15 kind of split in AL if current polling holds.
That’s true, from here on out, most of the states are divided into giving all the candidates something. With the exception that Santo has failed to get on the ballot in several states and a whole lot of districts, which will cut his share even further. (Because of his great organizational ability you know.)