Super Tuesday Weighs Heavily For Candidates
Republican voters across ten different states are going to the polls on this all important Super Tuesday.
Will the whole game go to Romney even if he able to gather only a few of the states or will some other candidate, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul or Rick Santorum, really give Romney a run for his money today.
Fox NewsRadio reporter Jennifer Keiper is covering Super Tuesday from Ohio today as it is the campaign home for candidate Rick Santorum today. Keiper says Romney is the favored candidate today:
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is hoping he will be the candidate to get the most primary and caucus wins. There are more than 400 delegates up for grabs in today's contests. Keiper says Romney continues to tout he business career in trying to gain more ground with voters pointing out that President Obama doesn't have a grasp on the national economic issues. Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum is hoping to be the big winner today in Ohio, Tennessee and Oklahoma.