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March 05, 2012


Romney's Return to Inevitability

ABC News notes the growing drumbeat towards Mitt Romney's once again inevitable march to the Republican presidential nomination.

"It's not a done deal yet, but a Romney win in Ohio -- a rust-belt state that border's Santorum's stronghold of Pennsylvania -- could end up being one giant leap toward securing the nomination for Romney... Super Tuesday also comes at a moment when many top Republicans are beginning to indicate that they're ready to close the curtain on this year's primary drama. Already top figures in the party establishment are rallying around Romney, including Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor of Virginia, who both endorsed him yesterday."

Rick Klein: "The net result is that even Romney's nightmare scenario -- a loss in Ohio to Santorum and getting swept by Gingrich and Santorum in the Southern Super Tuesday states of Georgia, Tennessee, and Oklahoma -- would likely still see him walk away with the most delegates."












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