Mitt Romney didn’t wow on Super Tuesday, but he did what he needed to do to stay on a path to the nomination.
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Hours after Romney left the podium, the news broke that he had finally won Ohio. He did so by just one percentage point. Romney continued to show relative weakness in the Southern and border states, losing Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Georgia. He finished third in a caucus in North Dakota and Virginia suggested he would he would have to fight it out even in a two-man race with Paul.
But Romney came away with large leads in the popular vote and delegate count, and a combination of states that suggest he is likely to get his chance to challenge Obama’s record in the fall campaign.
Super Tuesday might not have been a good, good night for Romney. But it was probably good enough.
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H/T to National Review Online