Super Tuesday results
Added on March 7, 2012 at 09:25 London time
Mitt Romney has won the GOP
caucuses in Alaska. In total, he has won 6 states on Super Tuesday, Santorum
3 and Gingrich 1.
Added on March 7, 2012 at 05:56 London time
Mitt Romney has won the swing
state of Ohio; in total, he has won 5 of the 10 states up for grabs on Super
Tuesday; the Alaska results are not known yet.
Article added on March 7, 2012 at 05:37 London time
Super Tuesday with elections in ten states has
brought at least four wins, but also mixed results for Mitt Romney. In the
races before, the Republican frontrunner had managed to win
Arizona and Michigan as well as
Super Tuesday results are already clear: Mitt Romney has won in
Idaho, Virginia, Vermont
and his home-state Massachusetts, where he had served as governor. Ohio may
be his too. More below.
However, Rick Santorum has won the primaries in Oklahoma and
Tennessee as well as the North Dakota caucuses. Newt Gingrich has only
managed to run to victory in the State of Georgia, where he has represented
the sixth congressional district for some 20 years.
The results of the caucuses in Alaska are not known yet. Polls in Alaska
have closed at midnight EST. Will Ron Paul manage to win a state?
The State of Ohio is too close to call, with Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney running
head-to-head. With its 63 delegates, Ohio is only the second largest prize
on Super Tuesday behind Georgia with 76 delegates, but it is considered a
key indicator for the next presidential election. With 93% of all precincts
in Ohio reporting, Mitt Romney stands at 38%, Rick Santorum at 37%, Newt
Gingrich at 15% and Ron Paul at 9%.
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Mitt Romney is by far the best organized GOP candidate. He has the largest
cash reserves. Above all, he is the man with the best record: Mitt Romney
was the 70th Governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007; he has co-founded
Bain Capital and proven to be a successful businessman; he saved the 2002
Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, which testifies to the fact that he is an
able crisis manager. What else can you ask for? Republican voters think
differently. They still cannot warm up to the moderate who is shifting
Mitt Romney remains the only serious Republican candidate in the race. The
sooner the fantasy of clinging to GOP candidates with no chances whatsoever
to become president ends, the better for the only electable Republican
candidate, Mitt Romney.
More articles about the GOP presidential race:
Romney wins Washington state,
Romney wins Arizona and Michigan,
Romney wins Maine,
Santorum wins Colorado,
GOP Minnesota caucuses,
GOP Missouri Caucuses,
Romney wins Nevada,
Florida primary results,
Obama's State of the Union Address,
South Carolina primary,
Perry endorses Gingrich,
Huntsman endorses Romney,
Why President Obama has failed,
Romney wins in New Hampshire,
Romney after Iowa.