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Super Tuesday's Split Decision

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Super Tuesday's Split Decision

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Super Tuesday's Split Decision

Super Tuesday's Split Decision

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Ken Rudin, Political Junkie columnist, NPR
Robert Levinson, senior defense analyst, Bloomberg Government

Mitt Romney eked out a victory in Ohio's Super Tuesday primary. It was the closest of ten races, and the most closely watched. Rick Santorum came in second. Newt Gingrich took his home state of Georgia, Romney won six in all, and Santorum kept his campaign alive by winning three.

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