Romney Wishes They Could All Be California Voters - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Romney Wishes They Could All Be California Voters

Some interesting things happening in the polls on the Republican side. Though John McCain has opened up a commanding lead of roughly 20 points nationally, as well in most states voting tomorrow, Mitt Romney is showing some signs of life in California, where the latest Zogby poll has him up by 8 points. A win in California would provide a psychological boost for Romney, but the problem is that its delegates are awarded proportionally by congressional district, so even if Romney wins the most votes in the state, McCain will likely come away with a large chunk of delegates–potentially even more than Romney. Further complicating things is the fact that McCain has dominant leads in the large winner take all contests, such as New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

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