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He was declared the winner in Missouri with a 30% lead over Romney 55% to 25%

And He is leading big in both Colorado and Minnisota.

Kind of taking the wind out of the two front runners tonight. :wink:
 

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Santorum wins Minnesota, leads in Colo.

Rick Santorum won Minnesota's Republican presidential caucuses with ease Tuesday night and reached for victory in Colorado,

Santorum triumphed, as well, in a nonbinding Missouri primary that was worth bragging rights but no delegates.

as of now.. with just over 50% of the count in it is pretty close to a tie..


Results for Colorado Republican Caucus (U.S. Presidential Primary)
Feb 07, 2012 (51% of precincts reporting)
Mitt Romney 7,424 36.8%
Rick Santorum 7,156 35.5%
Newt Gingrich 2,790 13.8%
Ron Paul 2,711 13.4%
 

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Steve said:
Santorum wins Minnesota, leads in Colo.

Rick Santorum won Minnesota's Republican presidential caucuses with ease Tuesday night and reached for victory in Colorado,

Santorum triumphed, as well, in a nonbinding Missouri primary that was worth bragging rights but no delegates.

as of now.. with just over 50% of the count in it is pretty close to a tie..


Results for Colorado Republican Caucus (U.S. Presidential Primary)
Feb 07, 2012 (51% of precincts reporting)
Mitt Romney 7,424 36.8%
Rick Santorum 7,156 35.5%
Newt Gingrich 2,790 13.8%
Ron Paul 2,711 13.4%



time for Newt and Ron to drop out :D
 

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Results for Colorado Republican Caucus (U.S. Presidential Primary)
Feb 07, 2012 (71% of precincts reporting)
Rick Santorum 13,032 37.7%
Mitt Romney 12,459 36%
Newt Gingrich 4,693 13.6%
Ron Paul 4,267 12.3%

still to close to call...
 

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Steve said:
hypocritexposer said:
time for Newt and Ron to drop out :D

by the results ,. it would be better for Obama to drop out...


He could travel back to Kenya to be with his family and where he is more culturally suited. Maybe a visit with his corrupt uncle/cousin
 

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Tam said:
He was declared the winner in Missouri with a 30% lead over Romney 55% to 25%

And He is leading big in both Colorado and Minnisota.

Kind of taking the wind out of the two front runners tonight. :wink:


a Decisive win, he won every county in MO.
 

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DENVER—Rick Santorum jolted the Republican presidential race Tuesday by winning nominating contests in Missouri, Minnesota and Colorado, puncturing Mitt Romney's claim to be the unstoppable front-runner.

Mr. Santorum, a former Pennsylvania senator, won 40% of the Colorado vote, compared with 35% for Mr. Romney. Four years ago, Mr. Romney carried Colorado with 60% of the vote.

Mr. Santorum's victories will give his campaign a much-needed burst of momentum and may stir doubt about Mr. Romney's abilities to woo conservatives to his side in important electoral states such as Missouri. So far, Mr. Romney has won in states where he has devoted significant campaign time and advertising dollars.

Mr. Santorum won 55% of the Missouri vote, while Mr. Romney followed with 25%. Texas Rep. Ron Paul was trailing with 12%. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich wasn't on the Missouri ballot.

Mr. Santorum's Missouri victory margin of almost 75,000 votes over Mr. Romney was nearly 29,000 more than Mr. Romney's combined Iowa and Nevada total.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970204369404577209531461672726.html
 

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