Skip to comments.Super Tuesday Delegate Projection Update (Predicts Gingrich will get more delegates than Santorum.)
Posted on 03/05/2012 5:08:36 PM PST by BCrago66
There has been enough movement in the polls in the past 24 hours to warrant revisiting our delegate projections from Sunday. I now have Rick Santorum trailing Mitt Romney by about 150 delegates, and also falling behind Newt Gingrich, who has some favorable momentum in the delegate-rich Southern states.
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Anyway, the gist of the article is because of recent polling surges in GA, TN & (to a lesser extent) a few other states, Gingrich should get more delegates tomorrow than Santorum. But, alas, Romney still gets the lion's share.
Of course, the New York Slimes is pimping Obama-lite Willard for now over our strongest So-Con.
The libs there HATE So-Cons with a passion.
ROFLOL, people were voting all last week.
Chum for the dumb.
Yeah, for the most part for Romney & Gingrich, but sweater-boy got a few scraps, I’m sure.
We’ll know tomorrow who sweeps the golden ticket:
If it’s Rick, Newt must leave.
Just like Rick left when Newt took South Carolina?
I believe Rick will add wins in Ohio, Oklahoma, and Tennessee to his Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, and Colorado victories.
And perhaps an Alaska and a Dakota tomorrow.
That would be NINE states to Newt’s basically TWO home states.
But since the goal is to beat Willard the Lib for the nomination, Newt will have to drop out Wednesday and endorse Rick for that to happen.
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