JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A Jackson man has contributed over $380,000 to "super" political action committees supporting Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum.

Foster Friess is the main contributor behind the Red, White and Blue group. He has also made contributions to another pro-Santorum group, the Leaders for Families political action committee.

He was on the stage Tuesday night in Missouri when Santorum declared victory in the GOP primary there.

Friess has said he supports the former Pennsylvania senator because he thinks he can get support from blue-collar workers and defeat President Barack Obama.