The party is over but there is always one guy who just won't go the Hell home!
- Santorum is so in love with his own voice that he can't stop himself from running.
- 3 months ago 94% of polled Republicans had rejected Santorum after multiple debates.
- For good or bad it is time to get behind the Anyonve but Obama candidate.
Results for Wisconsin Republican Primary (U.S. Presidential Primary) Apr 03, 2012 (75% of precincts reporting) Mitt Romney 237,448 42.5% Rick Santorum 210,671 37.7% Ron Paul 65,743 11.8% Newt Gingrich 33,804 6% Other 11,571 2.1% Source: AP
- November here we come.
The former Massachusetts governor won the contests in Wisconsin, Maryland and the District of Columbia. In doing so, he left Rick Santorum an increasingly distant second while solidifying his own lead and enabling his campaign to turn toward what it hopes will be a November matchup between him and President Obama.
Romney also crossed a symbolic threshold Tuesday night, passing the halfway mark in his march toward the 1,144 delegate needed to clinch the nomination. He now has well over 600 delegates, more than twice the number Santorum claims. Romney will win most of the 92 delegates at stake Tuesday.
Results for Maryland Republican Primary (U.S. Presidential Primary) Apr 03, 2012 (81% of precincts reporting) Mitt Romney 98,674 48.1% Rick Santorum 60,951 29.7% Newt Gingrich 22,719 11.1% Ron Paul 19,868 9.7% Other 3,064 1.5% Source: AP