Super Tuesday is here. If I don’t seem excited, it’s because I’m not. Super Tuesday isn’t nearly as “super” this election as it was the last time around. Many of the states will split their delegates based on results, which means we are unlikely to see much change in this race after today.
Ohio will probably be a Romney victory, though it may come with an asterisk. It’s possible that Santorum actually wins the popular vote, but loses on the delegate count because his campaign messed up in some of the paperwork. Up to 18 of the 63 delegates could end up being considered “unallocated” due to Santorum’s missteps. The result in that case would likely be a protracted legal battle, and the true result of Ohio may not be known for months.
Ultimately, I will not be the slightest bit surprised if the delegate count tomorrow is proportionally the same as it was yesterday, and I doubt we will see anyone dropping out of the race just yet.
What say you? What else is on your minds?
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