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Looks like King County (Seattle) is the only county with some vote out. Both Romney and Paul are outpacing their statewide results there. So looks like Paul will get 2nd and Romney will add another point or two to his victory margin.
Go away, KA!
for someone who's not following this closely, percent the chances each candidate has of being the nominee
Romney - 99
Santorum - 0.9
Some random in a brokered convention - 0.1.
Jeb Busch 4%
Chris Christie 1%
Romney - a gazillion percent.
Everyone else - zippy
It's just a matter of how hard Romney will have to work for it. Anti-Mittens vote seems like its splitting again between Santorum and Newt, which is great news for Mittens.
i want santorum though :(
Romney - 90%
Santorum - 3%
Gingrich - 2%
Other - 5%
you want him for obama to be reelected, though. i want him so social conservatives will be relentlessly mocked for the next several months.
That's happening regardless.
look for it to be framed very much like Ronal Reagan did it in 1980 -- are you better or worse off than you were 4 years ago?
New poll showing Romney has pulled even in Ohio -- if he wins there on Tuesday that should just about do it.
SIAP: Santorum says he wants to unmarry all same-sex couples if elected.
Is there any chance Rick isn't a closet homosexual?
That will no doubt be used but will it be successful? People remember that the situation Obama inherited was dire.
New PPP poll has Romney ahead by 1 point in Ohio. That one will probably go down to the wire, could be an Iowa type thing where it's so close that both claim victory.
Tennessee has also become very close. That would be a huge win in the south for Romney if he can pull it off.
The longer this drags on, the more Santorum makes me sick to my stomach. How anyone can think and believe the things that he does is beyond me. I just want him to lose so I don't have to hear from him any more
I just embarrassed myself with this post
these things usually break according to the trend lines...and that is strongly in Romeny's favor...
Tennessee as someone just mentioned would be huge.
Meanwhile Newt was great on Meet the Press yesterday -- got to love the guy when he doesn't have a chance -- he crushed David Gregory who pales in comparison to Russert -- how I miss that man
Carter also inherited a crappy economy inflation was so bad under Ford that they had "W.hip I.nflation N.ow" buttons made up. Not many remember that becuase of how bad Carter was.
Carter also had international fiascos, and in general appeared incredibly ineffectual.
Obama appears much more competent and his overall attitude is positive. Carter's public image was almost relentlessly negative in everything I've ever seen of his presidency.
Santorum makes me viscerally angry. Represents everything wrong with the Republican party today.
Plus he pissed off Tip O'Neill and couldn't count on his own party to back him. Romney would need to keep the conservative wing happy or he could suffer the same consequence as president.
I can't even listen to him. I always change the channel when he comes out to speak.
That and his hatred of birth control/abortion has to stem from his wife's weird past with the man who delivered her as a baby.
Nothing else makes sense.
Mrs Santorum, 51, who, like her husband, opposes abortion even in cases of rape, dated Pittsburgh practitioner Tom Allen during the 1980s.
He also got killed by Ted Kennedy in that primary. There was no enthusiasm for his reelection and that made it easy for the "Reagan Dems" to ditch him.
Trends are going Mitt's way. Probably enough to win Ohio, but not enough to win Tennessee, especially with early voting there.
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