CPAC continues today with speeches from Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, and Newt Gingrich. Santorum will be working to establishing his on-going legitimacy as the “conservative” candidate. Romney’s plan is to fined acceptance as conservative enough. Interestingly, if you recall, four years ago he was considered the conservative alternative to John McCain before dropping out at this same CPAC conference. Gingrich will likely use his now-typical populist rhetoric in an attempt to remain relevant.

We also expect updates throughout the day from Editor Jason Wright and super-commenter Alaina Segovia, who are in attendance.

Finally, look for the newest PD Composite post. Despite Santorm’s recent wins in the non-binding primaries, his improvement in the national polls has been small, his best individual poll still at only 20 percent.