As Super Tuesday looms the republican party couldn’t be as more indecisive as they are now as who will get the party’s nomination. The front runner’s Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum will most likely be one of the candidates to go up against Barack Obama, after the Super Tuesday’s votes are tallied up in the 11 state races held on March 6th . The other candidates Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul are hoping for a big push as well on Super Tuesday that could change their momentum in the race. There are 466 delegates at stake,where 1,144 are needed to secure the GOP nomination for the republican party. March 6th will be an interesting day to see who will be the victor of Super Tuesday. The republican race has been anything except about the issues this time around, from attacking the current president and his progress, or each other and their personal issues (ie. Newt Gingrich’s Secret affair or Mitt Romney’s Tax Breaks).
words by: Charles D Smith (@taeSmith)
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