Santorum Shakes Up GOP Race

Rick Santorum shook up the GOP race for president last night, by winning caucuses in Colorado and Minnesota, as well as a primary in Missouri. 

Rick clawed his way to the top in Colorado, a state Mitt Romney was expected to win, and now has won more states than the former Massachusetts Governor. 

And, the question now, is what does this mean for the Santorum Campaign moving ahead. 

Santorum swept voters with a 40 percent plus victory in Colorado, while Romney trailed around 35 percent. 

Santorum's main battle throughout the campaign, as he behind Romney and Gingrich, is the size of his wallet for his campaign. 

The candidates have yet to put any focus towards Wyoming because the caucuses are still three weeks away, beginning on Super Tuesday.