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Super Tuesday Ramifications — State by State

By Newsmax Wires   |   Monday, 05 Mar 2012 12:29 PM

Super Tuesday will offer the biggest payout of delegates for a single day — 437 in 10 states. Politico has produced an analysis of the ramifications in each state.

The Buckeye State is No. 2 in delegates, behind Georgia, with 66. Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are neck-and-neck in the latest polls. A Santorum victory would a protracted battle for the nomination, while a Romney win would solidify his position as the front-runner.

The Peach State offers 76 delegates and is the home state of Newt Gingrich. The former House speaker leads in the polls here and has said that his campaign is finished if he doesn’t come away with a victory.

Santorum holds a small lead over Romney in The Volunteer State. A Romney win would be huge, showing he can do well in the South.

Santorum and Gingrich aren’t on the ballot, so The Old Dominion State is a giveaway for Romney.

Santorum will likely take most of The Sooner State’s 43 delegates.

The Bay State is Romney’s home turf and a slam dunk for him.

The Peace Garden State’s caucuses are open to any voter, so it’s Ron Paul’s best shot at a victory.

Romney is a lock in the Mormon-heavy Gem State.

Romney has this northeastern Green Mountain State wrapped up, too.

The candidates are giving The Last Frontier little attention.

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