We have held all along that Mitt Romney will be the Republican Party's nominee for president. Since his double win last week in Arizona and Michigan, his odds in the prediction markets have jumped above 80 percent. That's likely to go up again after Super Tuesday, since the most likely scenario has Romney winning 7 of [...] More »Can Romney seal the deal on Tuesday?

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  • The view beyond Super Tuesday National Journal - 10 hrs ago

    On the eve of Tuesday's Super Showdown in the Republican nomination process, let’s take a look at where things might be headed.

  • Romney's Ohio surge: 4 theories The Week - 16 hrs ago

    Rick Santorum has blown yet another lead, with several new polls showing Romney tied or ahead in critical Ohio. How did Romney claw his way back?

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  • COLUMBUS, Ohio – On the surface, Ohio looks like a toss-up between Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney. Polls published on Sunday show the two White House contenders in a dead heat for Super Tuesday’s most symbolically important state.

  • Was Washington the beginning of the end? National Journal - Sun, Mar 4, 2012

    It's probably foolhardy to even think it, much less say it, but Mitt Romney's win in Washington state's caucus feels like it could be the beginning of the end of the Republican nomination race.

  • Ron Paul’s slow-and-steady strategy The Daily Beast - Sat, Mar 3, 2012

    He hasn'’t produced any upsets, but John Avlon says his slow-and-steady perseverance may soon bear fruit.

  • Gingrich's big Super Tuesday gambit Christian Science Monitor - Fri, Mar 2, 2012

    Newt Gingrich picked up a golden nugget on the campaign trail ahead of Super Tuesday when someone who approached him said, “Ask Obama about his 9-9-9 plan” – a reference to former candidate Herman Cain's tax-reform proposal.


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