Skip to comments.Super Tuesday Thread (First Polls Closing at 7 p.m. Eastern Time)
Posted on 03/06/2012 3:54:46 PM PST by Vigilanteman
Here's tonight's schedule. Results will update at the link:
Alaska: Caucuses begin at 8 PM ET
Georgia: Polls close at 7 PM ET
Idaho: Caucuses begin at 9 PM ET
Massachusetts: Polls close at 8 PM ET
North Dakota: Caucuses begin at 6:30 PM ET
Ohio: Polls close at 7:30 PM ET
Oklahoma: Polls close at 8 PM ET
Tennessee: Polls close at 8 PM ET
Vermont: Polls close at 7 PM ET
Virginia: Polls close at 7 PM ET
Wyoming: Caucuses begin at 7 PM ET
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sadly, one piece from Santorum.
lol. You just tickle me. I think you are so neat. I loved how you put that.....even though I am supporting him, that was so funny. The only problem I have with tonight’s primary is the other two will not debate Newt in MS or AL. I especially can see Romney saying no way. Sometimes the debates are pretty entertaining and informative.
The 2 thousand “boobs” that voted for Perry and Huntsman sure didn’t help.
The proportional of delegates reported so far for Oklahoma:
Fox is reacting a scene in THE GODFATHER......O’Reilly is a pimp...it was Hume all along
Britt is and has been directin the Romney Fox campaign from day one.....
anyone watchin tonight can clearly see
P.S. - Romney will get 149 delegates in California (winner take all state) - his minions will flock across to vote there one way or t’other.
Add to it possible riots during the G8 summit(wish it would have stayed in Chicago...my supply of popcorn would have been plentiful)....and throw in $5/gal. gas this summer.
November is still a long ways off, a lot can happen between now and then.
Latest in OH, Romney leads
Romney vs. Santorum
23 17 (Delegates)
94 % Reporting
That farce you played with my sister? You think that’d fool a Santorum?
So who was it? Barzini or Tattaglia?
Wow. Really Santorum gets one extra delegate for winning. Sheesh.
Michael to Carlos prior to having Carlos killed :)
It is beginning to look that way, and it may be too late to alter the trend. Had either Santorum or Gingrich dropped out and thrown their support to the other, the anti-Romney vote would have carried Ohio tonight.
A couple of observations that may be unpopular. :) I note that Santroum nearly won Michigan and will come in second in Ohio by a very slim margin; I believe his social conservatism is helping him, not hurting him, with GOP voters in the Midwest, and that he is much more appealing to blue collar GOP voters than Newt (but I'm not sure why, he just is). Also, I thought Santorum would win Ohio outright, and Romney's strength here was a bit surprising, given how close Michigan was last week. One more: I think Romney, if nominated, will have strong appeal to independent and Democrat voters (those that aren't bat-crap crazy libs) in November. People are looking for an excuse to ditch Obama, and even a weak conservative like Romney will benefit from that. Remember, McCain was leading the polls in Ohio until his disastrous response to the financial panic of September, 2008.
The unadulterated good news of the evening is that GOP turnout was significantly higher than in 2008, which has to be depressing to the Socialists.
Correct. Rick's problem in Ohio was... Rick.
Yes. It is disgusting. I turned it over to CNN and some FREEPERS were right they seem more fair.....I know scary.
How much did mittens spend to tie with the guy the media had in single digits a week before the Iowa caucuses?
CNN DELEGATE COUNT-Latest:
Romney gets delegates in Georgia?
For crying out loud! Damn Yankee.
I think it’s about over in OH.
Latest with 96% Reporting
Romney vs. Santorum
23 17 (delegates)
District 9 that includes the city of Memphis and part of Shelby county.