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Romney, Romney, Romney Sweeps Tuesday Primaries

Posted on Apr 3, 2012
AP/Nam Y. Huh

Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Wisconsin all went for Mitt on Tuesday night, making Rick Santorum look even more like a party crasher.

Santorum hasn’t beaten Romney outside the South since the Kansas caucus on March 10, although his home state of Pennsylvania votes on April 24. Delaware, Connecticut, New York and Rhode Island also hold contests that day.

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Senior Republicans will now likely increase their calls for the party to rally behind Romney, despite deep reservations among many conservatives about whether he is one of them.

The defeats for the conservative Santorum ramps up pressure on him to pull out of his increasingly bitter standoff with the former Massachusetts governor Romney.

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By Silverado_Lady, April 4, 2012 at 4:25 am Link to this comment

Sweep means cleaned up and the numbers just do not
reflect that. Guess if they keep saying it enough, they
think it will be true.

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By heterochromatic, April 3, 2012 at 8:27 pm Link to this comment

this is all a conspiracy designed to keep Ron Paul from claiming the republican
nomination.


only Ron Paul can lead the republicans to an epic defeat that would allow Jill Stein
to finish second with 1.5% of the vote!

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