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Mittmentum moves to Ohio, Gingrich leads Georgia on a true Super Tuesday

The Republican party has held five primaries this cycle to date: New Hampshire, South Carolina, Florida, Michigan, and Arizona. Mitt Romney won the statewide vote in four of them, including the last three. Super Tuesday tomorrow will shake all that up, of course. But Ohio looks to be one state Romney may come back to win from Rick Santorum. It’s a proportional primary, and I doubt any trigger will be hit to turn it winner-take-all.
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