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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I don’t like that at all. Sorry to hear that. I am sick of that. Give all of them equal time.
It has become painfully obvious that Britt Hume has a deep personal animus for Newt. He should either explain it or retire because it is very disturbing.
Early voting and the evangelicals went for Rick in TN. He isn't likely to get all of the delegates though.
Romney’s defeat in Ohio, will send his campaign into CHAOS.
I live in the communist enclave of Cuyahoga County in Ohio which probably will fall to Mitt but Cincy and Columbus could go Santo. Fasten your seatbelt because the ride will be long and very bumpy.
Rick Santorum is up 15,454 votes in Ohio.
Sunday is perfect example.
Newt had to fae DNC Dave on meet the depressed/nbc on Sunday.
DNC dave started in on the BS/made up topic of contraception. At first Newt didn't want to discuss it and started in on other more important topics.
But then he caved and gave into DNC Dave. Big mistake IMHO. IF he had stood his ground with the driveby and focused instead on energy, the debt, deficit, no budget in 1,000 days,which Newt could have done easily,he could have made big new by dissing DNC Dave, but he didn't.
IMHO, this is the difference between winning and possibly not.
Agree. Brit should recuse himself or go back into retirement.
He's no longer welcome.
The euphemism "Jumped the Shark" has been changed to "Lost it like Coulter". Brit has "Lost it like Coulter".
That little stinker ain’t going nowhere. He likes mucking it up.
Fourteen delegates are awarded proportionally based on the statewide vote. Candidates have to get at least 20 percent of the vote to get any, and they can take them all if they win two-thirds of the vote.
Another 14 delegates are chosen by the state partys executive committee. Those typically are allocated based on the results of the primary.
Lastly the final three delegates are the state party chairman, the states committeeman at the RNC and the states committeewoman at the RNC, and they are uncommitted.
It’s that kind of talk from Beck that guarantees my ability to turn off his show whenever and wherever I happen to encounter it.
With Hume it is personal, somehow. He clearly hates Newts guts, and it shows.
Lake Erie voters/boaters do not like Ricky. Tried to Pull the plug on free VHF radios broadcasts.
Go Santorum!!! Win Ohio for the Gipper!
I cannot see Mitt winning Texas. It will be a tuff fight between Newt and Rick. At this point if Mitt losses Ohio he may well me through. You can never tell what California will do but sometimes the West still won’t vote for an Easterner.
Sooner or later Santorum supporters are going to have to come to terms with the fact their candidate is electoral poison. If we're very fortunate it will happen before Nov 6th. I believe the electorate is effectively suicidal.
(Santorum's now lying about his history with health care mandates. Shameless. HA! Just said he's "Truthful with the American Public.")
Newt continues to bounce back because he's the smart guy with big ideas and the electorate is clearly not enthralled with the establishment's bobbsey twins Mitt and Rick.
It tells me he can’t handle large amounts of cash thrown at him while getting votes at the same time. Does it tell you something different?
Rick Santorum is only having his time to shine (fifteen minutes of fame).
The only problem has been the timing. Rick Santorum is due to fall like a rock, as have other candidates. This election is between Newt and Romney.