Tuesday, March 6, 2012


10 states go to the polls to vote today, and many questions remain about Mitt Romney's candidacy. Will he be able to resonate with conservative voters in dark red states like Tennessee, Oklahoma and Georgia? Can Romney's spending in Ohio (he's spent $1.3 million on TV ads alone) push him over the goal line in the battleground state that is a MUST win for Republicans in November? All of those questions are answered by Tony Lee and John Gizzi today in their respective preview stories. Both are must reads for all you need to know about today's votes. - Adam Tragone/Human Events

Playbook for Super Tuesday: What to look for in presidential contests in five key states - Tony Lee/Human Events

Super Tuesday: State-by-state snapshot of polls, voting habits and other data - John Gizzi/Human Events

Ohio the Key to Super Tuesday Victory - Rick Moran/PJM

Super Tuesday voters put imprint on GOP race - AP

With 419 delegates at stake around the country, Tuesday's voting represents a sizable slice of the 1,144 needed to nail down the GOP nomination.