Tomorrow is Louisiana's presidential primary, and all four candidates have been spending time in Louisiana this week working for votes.   One of the major issues that each candidates wants to talk about, and one we have been asking about, if candidates oblige us with an interview, concerns gas prices along with their view of an energy policy.  Former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum joined us to talk about this issues and others on "Mornings With Ken and Bernie".  Santorum says his energy policy would be comprehensive when it comes to energy including endorsing the XL Keystone pipeline along with expanded drilling exploration throughout the Gulf Coast.  Santorum says, if elected, he would also push for Louisiana to receive more revenue from the oil and gas industry.

When it comes to budgetary issues, Santorum says he is supportive of the Paul Ryan plan that would put taxpayers in two categories; those paying ten percent and those paying twenty-five percent.

About the global war on terrorism he says it must be refocused and targeted on stopping terrorists attack from happening.

For the full interview, click below:

 

Here is how the delegate count is going currently:

Mitt Romney - 562
Rick Santorum - 249
Newt Gingrich - 137
Ron Paul - 71

Tomorrow, the polls open at six tomorrow morning and will remain open until 8 p.m.

The other candidates continue crossing the nation to work on more votes.  Mitt Romney was in both Wisconsin and Pennsylvania as they will be having their primaries next month. Newt Gingrich spent time in Louisiana yesterday to campaign, and yesterday Ron Paul had two stops at Louisiana colleges stumping for votes.