Super Tuesday: High stakes for GOP hopefuls
With 419 delegates at stake, Super Tuesday states offer a sizable slice of the 1144 required to clinch the GOP nomination. Still, because of the apportionment of delegates based on vote percentage and the different regions the candidates are
By the CNN Wire Staff Washington (CNN) — Republican presidential hopefuls who derided President Barack Obama's speech before a powerful pro-Israel lobby group will get their own chance on Tuesday to address the group. Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum and
Wyoming is one Super Tuesday state that won't settle on a Republican candidate for president until well after Tuesday's voting. Choosing GOP presidential delegates in Wyoming is a complex and protracted affair involving 20 days of straw polling,
The line between a resplendent night for Mitt Romney and a suspect one is relatively slim.
Rick Santorum is slumping in many polls of the 10 states that will vote on Super Tuesday, but especially in Ohio, where Mitt Romney is now the 2-to-1 favorite to win the primary.