Skip to comments.Santorum wins TN; Romney wins 3 states
Posted on 03/06/2012 5:47:37 PM PST by Qbert
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Rick Santorum has won the Republican presidential primary in Tennessee.
Mitt Romney earlier won primaries in Massachusetts, Vermont and Virginia. Newt Gingrich has won in his home state of Georgia.
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Looks like Newt can stay home so far
Good news, let’s hope for Ohio.
Santorum won Tennessee and Oklahoma
Santorum also picked up OK, I heard on the radio about 30 min ago.
Are the Oklahoma delegates awarded winner take all or proportional.
So what’s the delegate count after that?
Sad day in Tennessee when these 2 j@ck@$$es (Rick and Mitt) finish ahead of Newt.
if its close in Ohio Romney still wins .go vote for Oboma!
Even a tiny win counts as a headline loss for Bishop Romney.
if Romney wins then we vote for Oboma!
no way.... I really don’t want for any Senator.... including Rick but I will because Obama is terrible.
Drudge is up to his dirty tricks again.
Earlier, when Romney was ahead in the Ohio vote count, his headline said that Romney was winning. Now, when Santorum is ahead, we get this:
He sure as hell didn’t call it a deadlock when Romney was ahead!
Why are you constantly posting to vote for Obama?
because Im told that Romney and Oboma are the same.
According to RCP, Santorum’s leading in OH by about 3 with 33% counted and really kicking it in ND leading Willard the Giant Rat by almost 15.
I’m a precinct committee person who voted for Santorum.
The media has been able to turn criticism of the HHS mandate into a “war on women”.
I believe this makes it impossible to for Rick to carry the nomination.
I would love to have seen Newt spend the next 6 months punching Obama in the mouth, rhetorically.
You may begin silently, but the time has come to figure out how to evict Obama and get behind the last man standing.
So you are trolling for Romney.
Weird way to go.
If Romney over Oboma means trolling, guilty as charged.
OH up to 49% and Rinomney closing the gap to under 2%. The dead vote must be starting to come in. Proportional anyway, so neither is going to wallop the other delegate-wise, but it would be nice for momentum.
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