Mitt Romney trounced Rick Santorum and his other GOP presidential rivals in Puerto Rico's primary this weekend, winning more than 80 percent of the vote and taking all of the U.S. territory's 20 delegates. Romney and Santorum had both personally campaigned on the island, but Romney has the support of Puerto Rico Gov. Luis Fortuño, and Santorum spent the last part of the week trying to atone for insulting Puerto Ricans by suggesting that the island be denied statehood until it makes English its official language.
Patrick Caldwell castigates the coverage of Romney's triumph as compared to other caucuses: Romney won 88 percent of the vote, shutting out Rick Santorum from collecting any new delegates. The estimated 22 delegates Romney collected... Read Post
Mitt Romney "crushed" GOP presidential rival Rick Santorum in Illinois' primary on Tuesday, winning 47 percent of the vote to Santorum's 35 percent and taking home 54 of the state's 69 delegates. One-time contender Newt Gingrich cam... Read Post