Super Tuesday 2012 Results: Mitt Romney Wins 3 States In Early Turnout

By on Mar 7, 2012 in International, Politics, United States, World Comments
Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum

Super Tuesday Early Leaders:
Mitt Romney (Left), Rick Santorum (Right)

Image Credit: Jim Young

On Super Tuesday‘s US Republican Presidential Primary elections, American voters across 10 states will be selecting among several Republican candidates. Over 400 delegates were at stake on Super Tuesday‘s election which may decide the opponent of President Barack Obama in the November 2012 US Presidential election.

Mitt Romney took an early lead by winning three states, Rick Santorum with two and Newt Gingrich got one, according to reports by several international news sites on Wednesday, March 7, 2012.

Romney wins in his home state of Massachusetts, Vermont and Virginia. Santorum reportedly won the Republican presidential primaries in Tennessee and Oklahoma while Gingrich won the Georgia primary elections.

Below is the early turnout of delegates who voted on Super Tuesday.

Super Tuesday 2012 results
Super Tuesday 2012 early results
Image Credit: AP Data

Reports say that Romney and Santorum are in a tight battle over the Midwestern industrial state of Ohio. Early turnout of votes, representing 10 percent of the total precincts, showed that both candidates garnered about 38 percent.



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