Rick Santorum wins Super Tuesday Tennessee primary

rick-santorumI guess all the reports about a close race in Tennessee were false. Rick Santorum has been declared the winner of the Tennessee primary, giving Santorum two states so far tonight. He also won Oklahoma earlier.
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Rick Santorum wins Super Tuesday Oklahoma primary

rick-santorumRick Santorum gets his first win of the night. According to Fox News, Rick Santorum has won the Oklahoma primary. Again, this is no surprise. Santorum had been polling way ahead of everyone else in Oklahoma in the few polls that were released.
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Rasmussen Super Tuesday Ohio Republican Primary poll: Santorum 33%, Romney 31%, Gingrich 15%, Paul 11%

rick-santorumWow. What a change in this poll. The last Rasmussen poll two weeks ago of Ohio’s Republican primary had Rick Santorum crushing Mitt Romney by 18 points at 42% to 24%.  Fast forward to today, and after the Michigan and Arizona primaries, and now the race for the Ohio GOP primary looks to be a toss up. According to the latest Rasmussen poll out of Ohio, Rick Santorum still leads Romney, but only by 2 points at 33% to 31%.

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Report: Rick Santorum raised $9 million from over 130,000 contributors in February

rick-santorumDoesn’t look like Rick Santorum is going to be able to whine much longer about Mittens outspending him so much. According to CNN, Rick Santorum source said the campaign received contributions from more than 130,000 donors, much different than Mitt Romney and his small number of large contributors.

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Delegate allocation from Michigan GOP primary: 15 for both Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum

rick-santorumMitt Romney may have won the popular vote in the Michigan primary last night, but he didn’t win more congressional districts. In fact, Rick Santorum won as many of Michigan’s congressional districts as Mitt Romney did (seven each), so both candidates will equally split the 30 Michigan GOP delegates and get 15 delegates. Basically the Michigan primary ends in a tie if you use the delegate allocation to track who “won.”

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Rick Santorum concession speech in after coming in second to Romney in Michigan and Arizona (Video)

rick-santorumRick Santorum made some fatal gaffes over the past week that might have cost him the state of Michigan. Arizona was never really up for grabs, and it was a winner take all state anyway. But Rick Santorum even lost the Catholic vote to Mitt Romney after his “throw up” remark about JFK over the past weekend. Nothing he said affected how I would vote, but I don’t get to vote in a primary until June out here. One thing I personally didn’t like was Santorum paying for those robocalls encouraging Marxist Democrats to vote for him supporting the left wing loon’s failed “operation chaos” thing. The speech (to me anyway) seemed a bit flat, but was gracious and not bitter. The speech is about 18 and a half minutes long.
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Super Tuesday Quinnipiac Republcan Primary poll: Rick Santorum 36%, Mitt Romney 29%, Newt Gingrich 17%, Ron Paul 11%

rick-santorumA lot can change between now and a week from Tuesday. The polls in Michigan have been flip flopping like Mitt Romney (as they’ve done this primary season.) After tomorrow, these polls in Ohio may change again if Mittens pulls out a win in Michigan. But as it stands today according to the latest Quinnipiac poll, Rick Santorum has a seven point lead over Romney for the Ohio Republican Primary.

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Rasmussen Oklahoma Republican Primary poll – Rick Santorum 43 percent, Newt Gingrich 22%, Mitt Romney 18%, Ron Paul 7%

rick-santorumMittens is in deep dodo. He’d better have some sort of magical debate performance, or he’ll really be on the ropes. He may lose his home state of Michigan, is losing his lead in Arizona (though early voting has started there), and is in third place in Rasmussen’s Super Tuesday’s Oklahoma’s primary. According to the poll, Rick Santorum leads Oklahoma primary with 43% of the vote. Newt Gingrich is second with 22%. Mitt Romney is a distant third at just 18% and Ron Paul is last at 7%.
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Sarah Palin: Lame stream media gets ‘wee-weed’ up over Rick Santorum’s “Satan” comment (Video)

sarah-palinDuring an interview with Sean Hannity last night, Sarah Palin seemed to be more of a backer of Rick Santorum than Newt Gingrich, unless past interviews. She refused to say who’d she vote for in Michigan, unlike in South Carolina and Florida where she came out flatly and said she would vote for Newt Gingrich. Palin’s main target was the lame stream media. She said the idiots in the lame stream media got all “wee-weed” up over that 2008 video of Santorum mentioning Satan.
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PPP Washington state Republican Caucus poll: Rick Santorum 38 percent, Mitt Romney 27%, Ron Paul 15%, Newt Gingrich 12%

rick-santorumWhile everyone is focused on next week’s Arizona and Michigan primaries, and Super Tuesday, there’s still an important caucus state in between those two dates. Washington is holding their Republican caucuses on March 3rd (a Saturday) and Rick Santorum is beating Romney by double digits. According to the latest PPP poll (and the only poll I’ve seen from Washington), Rick Santorum leads with 38% of the vote, while Mitt Romney only gets 27%. Ron Paul is third at 15% and Newt Gingrich is fourth with 12%. Ron Paul always seems to over perform in caucus states, so this could get interesting.

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Rasmussen Michigan Republican primary poll: Rick Santorum 38%, Romney 34%, Ron Paul 10%, Newt Gingrich 9%

rick-santorumLooks like the PPP poll of the Michigan primary released yesterday was pretty accurate. Today’s Rasmussen poll of the Michigan Republican primary shows similar numbers for the leaders Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney.  In the PPP poll, Santorum had a three point lead on Romney at 36% to 33%. In this Rasmussen poll, Santorum has a four point lead at 38% to 34%. Also like the PPP poll, Ron Paul comes in third, and Gingrich dead last.

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PPP Michigan Republican Primary poll: Rick Santorum 37%, Mitt Romney 33%, Ron Paul 15%, Newt Gingrich 10%

rick-santorumMittens Romney is coming back a little in the most recent PPP Michigan Republican primary poll. Last week, Santorum lead Romney by 15%. Now, according to the latest PPP Michigan Republican Primary poll, Santorum’s lead is just four points over Mittens. Ron Paul comes in third at 15% and Gingrich brings up the rear at 10%.

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