Photo Gallery: GOP Primary In Florida

  • Mitt Romney smiles at supporters at his primary victory rally in Tampa on Tuesday. "While we celebrate this victory, we must not forget what this election is really about: defeating Barack Obama," the Romney campaign said via Twitter.
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    Mitt Romney smiles at supporters at his primary victory rally in Tampa on Tuesday. "While we celebrate this victory, we must not forget what this election is really about: defeating Barack Obama," the Romney campaign said via Twitter.
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  • Romney hugs his wife, Ann, while surrounded by their family and elated supporters at a primary night rally in Tampa.
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    Romney hugs his wife, Ann, while surrounded by their family and elated supporters at a primary night rally in Tampa.
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  • Newt Gingrich addresses his supporters at a primary night rally in Orlando, with his wife, Callista. Gingrich tells supporters: "I pledge to you my life, my fortune and my sacred honor. This is about America."
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    Newt Gingrich addresses his supporters at a primary night rally in Orlando, with his wife, Callista. Gingrich tells supporters: "I pledge to you my life, my fortune and my sacred honor. This is about America."
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  • Ron Paul signs autographs at a campaign rally in Colorado Springs. "We want our freedoms back, we don't want more government!" Paul said as he wrapped up his speech in Henderson, Nev., where he was campaigning Tuesday.
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    Ron Paul signs autographs at a campaign rally in Colorado Springs. "We want our freedoms back, we don't want more government!" Paul said as he wrapped up his speech in Henderson, Nev., where he was campaigning Tuesday.
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  • Rick Santorum poses for photos with supporters at an election results party for the Florida primary at his Nevada campaign headquarters in Las Vegas. His basic message last night was that "Republicans can do better."
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    Rick Santorum poses for photos with supporters at an election results party for the Florida primary at his Nevada campaign headquarters in Las Vegas. His basic message last night was that "Republicans can do better."
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  • Romney kisses his wife during a rally at his election night headquarters in Tampa. Romney placed first followed by Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul.
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    Romney kisses his wife during a rally at his election night headquarters in Tampa. Romney placed first followed by Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul.
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  • Romney's supporters eagerly await his speech during a rally on primary night in Tampa. His convincing win has re-established him as the GOP front-runner.
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    Romney's supporters eagerly await his speech during a rally on primary night in Tampa. His convincing win has re-established him as the GOP front-runner.
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  • Gingrich supporters in Orlando listen as Mitt Romney is declared the winner of the Florida primary.
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    Gingrich supporters in Orlando listen as Mitt Romney is declared the winner of the Florida primary.
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  • Gingrich and his wife, Callista, campaign outside a polling place in Windermere.
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    Gingrich and his wife, Callista, campaign outside a polling place in Windermere.
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  • Romney greets supporters during a visit to his headquarters in Tampa.
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    Romney greets supporters during a visit to his headquarters in Tampa.
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  • Newt and Callista Gingrich walk ahead of Michael Reagan (second from left), son of former President Ronald Reagan, outside a polling place in Windermere.
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    Newt and Callista Gingrich walk ahead of Michael Reagan (second from left), son of former President Ronald Reagan, outside a polling place in Windermere.
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  • Young Ron Paul supporters wait for Paul to arrive for a town hall meeting in Denver.
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    Young Ron Paul supporters wait for Paul to arrive for a town hall meeting in Denver.
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