Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Rick santorum results

  • Rick Santorum shook up the race for the Republican presidential nomination by sweeping three contests yesterday, casting doubt on front-runner Mitt Romney's hold over the party's core voters.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • Rick Santorum moved into second place Tuesday in the race for Santorum also won the Missouri primary Tuesday, but the party is not awarding any delegates based on the results.
  • (AP - msnbc.com)
  • earlier Tuesday sought to downplay the impact of potential losses to Santorum. He told supporters Tuesday night he still expected to become the party's nominee.
  • (Marketwatch)
  • Republican long shot Rick Santorum poked holes in Mitt Romneys aura Many analysts had said that the race was over, a conclusion not supported by the results late Tuesday.
  • (Chicago Tribune)
  • Rick Santorum swept Tuesday night's nominating contests Instead of waiting for Tuesday's results in one of the states voting, as the other candidates did, Gingrich plowed forward to Ohio, where he planned to campaign Wednesday.
  • (Washington Post)
  • This story has been updated to reflect the latest primary and caucus results. Rick Santorum is not going away. Not yet.
  • (Mother Jones)
  • This article has been updated to reflect new results. As of a little after 1:00 AM Eastern Time, Rick Santorum has a been projected to win in Minnesota, Missouri, and, most importantly, Colorado, a state where no one predicted he would do especially well.
  • (Gawker)
  • how can Rick Santorum do well in that state? Santorum said earlier in the evening in an interview with CNN. Well, he did. But like the other voting contests in Minnesota and Missouri, Colorado's caucus results are nonbinding.
  • (Chicago Tribune)

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