It's Super-Duper-Tuesday, and pretty soon we should have a better idea of whether someone's going to be able to end the nomination battle (of either party) early, or whether it will be drawn out over the next several weeks, or even months, (pundit heaven).
Here's a look at what's up for grabs today:
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Worth pointing out that Romney has now garnered more votes and convention delegates than any of the other candidates. Granted, it's still early in this process, but it's not a bad position to be in.
Michigan primary reactions:
Well, the votes have been counted and one of the best things is that none of us will have to hear about New Hampshire for at least another four years. I mean, really. The other thing is that conventional wisdom and, to a great degree, polling was thoroughly discredited last night.
Although the press has been too busy with what's going on in New Hampshire to give this much play, Romney won the Wyoming GOP caucus yesterday and, for the time being, is in first place in the delegate count.
From the AP:
CASPER, Wyo. - Mitt Romney captured his first win of the Republican presidential race, gaining most of Wyoming's delegates at stake in GOP caucuses on Saturday.