Super Tuesday: High high hopes for GOP hopefuls
Residential voters in more than ten states are participating today in primaries and caucuses for contests that will eventually award more delegates to the GOP hopefuls in further hopes of landing the Republican presidential nomination to face off with President Barack Obama in November.
While critics suggest no one candidate will deliver a ‘Knock-out blow’, most believe today will surely reshape the race from all aspects. All 10 states participating today, are awarding delegates proportionately — carefully allocating them based on the ending outcome in congressional districts, a candidate’s percentage of the statewide vote, or a possible combination of the two (as in the curious case of Ohio). The issue here is no candidate possesses the ‘Winner takes all’ ability, which in turn won’t allow any of them to land all 419 delegates to create the inevitable aura around their candidacy.
Are you participating today? From this standpoint who is your Republican vote? Or are you #TeamObama ?
- Super Tuesday: High Stakes For GOP Hopefuls (dfw.cbslocal.com)
- High stakes Super Tuesday for the GOP (cbsnews.com)
- Romney returns to argument of inevitability (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
- Super Tuesday Preview: Romney Hopes To Regain Front-Runner Status (baltimore.cbslocal.com)