After watching former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum sweep caucuses in Colorado, Minnesota and Missouri last week, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney garnered victories in both the Maine caucus and the nonbinding straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) over the weekend.
At CPAC — sponsored in part by CitizenLink — Romney took 38 percent of the vote, seven points ahead of Santorum.
Wyoming Republicans gave Mitt Romney another narrow victory, in nonbinding presidential caucuses over the last month that gave 39% of the vote to the former Massachusetts governor and 32% to former Sen. Rick Santorum. Read Post
"His candidacy all but dismissed just days ago, Rick Santorum won the Minnesota and Colorado caucuses and a nonbinding primary in Missouri on Tuesday, an unexpected trifecta that raised fresh questions about Mitt Romney's ability to... Read Post