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Will former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney inch closer to the nomination after Tuesday’s nights five GOP contests? Can Texas Congressman Ron Paul amass delegates and make an impact? What about Newt Gingrich? Here is the complete live coverage.
It's over. It's done. They've lost. He's won. Mitt Romney will be the Republican to go against Barack Obama in the fight for the U.S. Presidency. Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul have officially become the house guests that won't leave.
Super Tuesday, one of the most exciting times in primary politics, has taken place. After hundreds of thousands of voters across 10 states cast a ballot, who of the four remaining Republican candidates is the frontrunner?
After coming in a distant third at this weekend's Iowa straw poll, former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty withdrew his bid for the 2012 Republican Presidential nomination. Pawlenty formally announced his decision on ABC's "This Week."