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Super Tuesday looks less super this time

The Los Angeles Times, 6 March 2012
Publié le : 6 mars 2012
 Paul West, Maeve Reston and Seema Mehta 
Reporting from Washington; Canton, Ohio; and For the Republican presidential candidates, Super Tuesday is just another election day in a long primary slog that isn't about to end. Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum campaigned across Ohio, making eleventh-hour appeals Monday in a general-election battleground that has become a focal point of a day of primaries and caucuses in 10 states. But the outcomes won't resolve the GOP fight. Four years ago, John McCain gained more than half the delegates needed to win the nomination on Super Tuesday, when 21 states voted, including giants such as California and New York. Romney dropped out two days later and the race was effectively over. Read on...
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