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Romney Ahead in Split Contests on Super Tuesday

The results of the Super Tuesday contests were a mixed bag, though former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney emerged the victor in seven of the eleven races. Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum won three contests, including North Dakota, Oklahoma, and Tennessee, while former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich captured the vote in his home state of Georgia.

In the much anticipated Ohio primary, Romney appears to have narrowly defeated Santorum by just one percentage point.

The full results from Super Tuesday are below.

Alaska Caucus: Romney (33%), Santorum (29%), Gingrich (14%), Paul (24%)
Georgia Primary: Romney (26%), Santorum (20%), Gingrich (47%), Paul (6%)
Idaho Caucus: Romney (62%), Santorum (18%), Gingrich (2%), Paul (18%)
Massachusetts Primary: Romney (72%), Santorum (12%), Gingrich (5%), Paul (10%)
North Dakota Caucus: Romney (24%), Santorum (40%), Gingrich (8%), Paul (28%)
Ohio Primary: Romney (38%)*, Santorum (37%), Gingrich (15%), Paul (9%) 
Oklahoma Primary: Romney (28%), Santorum (34%), Gingrich (27%), Paul (10%)
Tennessee Primary: Romney (28%), Santorum (37%), Gingrich (24%), Paul (9%)
Vermont Primary: Romney (40%), Santorum (24%), Gingrich (8%), Paul (25%)
Virginia Primary: Romney (60%), Santorum (--), Gingrich (--), Paul (40%)
Wyoming Caucus: Romney (56%)*, Santorum (30%), Gingrich (--), Paul (2%)

*pending, not all precincts reporting

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