Romney crushes the opposition in his home state of Massachusetts with 72% of the vote.
Romney wins in nearby Vermont with 40% of the vote.
In Virginia, only Romney and Paul were on the ballot. Romney wins 60% to 40%.
Romney won big with 62% of the vote in Idaho thanks in part to its large Mormon population.
Romney also wins in the Alaska caucus. In Wasilla, Palin refused to say who she voted for, but said she would be available in case of a brokered convention.
CNN is now calling Ohio . Romney squeaks by Santorum 453,927 to 441,908.
Rick Santorum shows a solid hold of the center of the country with wins in North Dakota, Oklahoma and Tennessee.
Gingrich wins his home state of Georgia.
Over the next week, there will be elections in four states and four territories. Santorum is favored in the Kansas Caucus this Saturday. On Tuesday, Gingrich has a good chance to win the primaries in Alabama and Mississippi. Intrade favors Romney to win the Hawaii Caucus. I have not yet seen any polling for the caucuses in US territories: Guam, American Samoa, the Virgin Islands and the Northern Marianas Islands.
Republican National Convention, August 27-30, Tampa, FL
Democratic National Convention, September 3-6, Charlotte, NC
Presidential Debate, Wednesday, October 3, Univ. of Denver, Denver, CO
Vice-Presidential Debate, Thursday, October 11 at Centre College, Danville, KY
Presidential Debate, Tuesday, October 16, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY
Presidential Debate, Monday, October 22 at Lynn University, Boca Raton, FL
General Election, Tuesday, November 3
Color Key Rick Santorum: Dark green
Mitt Romney: Orange
Newt Gingrich: Purple
Ron Paul: Gold
Rick Perry: Dark blue
Not yet voted: GreyStates Won Mitt Romney: NH FL NV ME AZ MI WY WA VA VT MA ID AK OH
Rick Santorum: IA CO MN MO TN OK ND
Newt Gingrich: SC GANext Contests Mar 10: KS VI GU MP
Mar 13: AL AS HI MS
Mar 17: MO
Mar 18: PR
Mar 20: IL
Mar 24: LA
Apr 3: MD DC WI
Apr 24: CT DE NY PA RI
May 8: IN NC WV
May 15: NE OR
May 22: AR KY
May 29: TX
Jun 5: CA MT NJ NM SD
Jun 26: UT
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