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    Michigan/Arizona "Game Thread"

    I predict Romney will win both. Santorum had his shot to win Michigan and he totally blew it. Romney by 2 percentage points in Michigan, blow out in Arizona.
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    Good call.

    But Romney's biggest test is Tuesday in Ohio!

    :jets17

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    Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney each finish with 15 delegates in Michigan

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    [QUOTE=AlbanyJet;4379388]Good call.

    But Romney's biggest test is Tuesday in Ohio!

    :jets17[/QUOTE]

    Santorum is leading in the polls in Ohio (as he was in Michigan) Forutently for Santorum Super Tuesday is next week. He did a hell of a lot of damage in the two weeks between his wins in Minnesota, Missouri, and Colorida and Michigan. Even with that...I suspect polls will be within the margin or error on Tuesday.

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    Democrats voting for Santorum in open primaries! Excellent! :rolleyes:

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    [QUOTE=quantum;4380727]Democrats voting for Santorum in open primaries! Excellent! :rolleyes:[/QUOTE]

    Learned from the best: [url]http://cnsnews.com/news/article/romney-i-d-vote-democrat-primary[/url]

    Besides, 9 percent of the vote were Democrats in Michigan in this years primary, down from 17 percent in 2000, which actually did tilt the scale in McCain's favor over Bush.

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