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Santorum Mistake Could Cost Him 18 Delegates in Ohio

Steve Thomma notes that Rick Santorum failed to get a full state of delegates on the ballots in 9 congressional districts in Ohio, which holds its presidential primary on Tuesday. The result? "He will definitely lose any chance at 9 delegates, and could lose any shot at another 9... Needlessly ceding as many as 18 delegates before a single vote is cast is a tough way to overcome Romney, who's got more delegates already.
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