Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Well, it's safe to say that Super Tuesday didn't do a whole lot to answer our questions about the Republican nomination. Since Romney barely escaped defeat in Ohio, Super Tuesday failed to indicate whether he or Santorum will capture a majority of the working class, Rustbelt votes. Also, since Romney emerged the victor in terms of delegates, his inability to appeal to southern voters remains a nagging issue. Romney has a commanding delegate count at the moment, but his newfound momentum may be hindered by the slew of southern states on the primary docket. Perhaps Newt, fresh off of a big win in Georgia, will regain his seat at the contenders' table. Only time will tell.