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Michigan and Arizona GOP primary results discussion thread

by: desmoinesdem

Tue Feb 28, 2012 at 19:00:00 PM CST


Polls just closed in Michigan and will close in an hour in Arizona. Mitt Romney's fighting for his political life in the state where his father used to be governor. I cannot believe that someone who's been in politics as long as Romney says things like my wife "drives a couple of Cadillacs" and "I have some great friends that are NASCAR team owners."

I love how Rick Santorum's campaign robocalled Michigan Democrats seeking their votes in the primary because Romney opposed the bailout of U.S. automakers. The call didn't mention that Santorum also has spoken out against that bailout.

I'll update this post later with results. Meanwhile, any comments about the Republican presidential race are welcome in this thread.

UPDATE: Romney is easily winning Arizona with 49 percent of the votes to 25 percent for Santorum, 16 percent for Newt Gingrich, and 9 percent for Ron Paul. LATER UPDATE: Final Arizona results: Romney 47, Santorum 27, Gingrich 16, Paul 8. Romney gets all 29 delegates from the state.

With about three-quarters of the Michigan votes counted, Romney's the projected winner with 41 percent to 37 percent for Santorum, 12 percent for Paul, and 7 percent for Gingrich. LATER UPDATE: With almost all the votes in, Romney's at 41, Santorum 38, Paul 12, Gingrich 7. It's not clear yet whether Romney or Santorum will win more delegates, which are assigned by Congressional district in Michigan. Exit polls suggest that Romney carried the Catholic vote in Michigan, which means it wasn't too smart for Santorum to attack JFK during the final week of the campaign.

In a CNN interview, Paul denied that he is "in cahoots" with Romney.  

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