Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Delegate math still favors Romney in Republican primary race

The Christian Science Monitor sums up the delegate count so far in the Republican primary race, and it appears that despite Santorum’s wins in the south this Tuesday, March 13, Romney is still the frontrunner:

Out of 1,144 delegates needed to secure the nomination, Romney has 485, versus 246 for Santorum, 131 for Mr. Gingrich, and 47 for Paul, according to the Associated Press’s partial delegate count based on Tuesday’s results.

Get the complete results of Tuesday’s vote here.

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