Washington State has a Caucus on Saturday and Romney is in a comfortable lead.
Georgia – 76 delegates – Proportional
Gingrich is leading.
Massachusetts – 41 delegates – Proportional
Romney and big.
Ohio – 66 delegates- Winer Take All
Santorum up slightly in Ohio. He’s trying to get away from the “God is good, God is great, all the rest are second rate’ message. If he can, big win here.
Oklahoma – 43 delegates – Winner Take All
Another big lead for Santorum.
Tennessee – 58 delegates – With majority, Winner Take All
Santorum up and up big.
Vermont – 17 delegates – With majority, Winner Takes All
Romney but not big.
Virginia – 49 delegates – With Majority, Winner Takes All
Romney holds big lead. Bet Santorum wishes he’d gotten on the ballot now. (Newt’s failure not to do so wouldn’t have made much of a difference.)
Alaska – 27 delegates – Caucus
Idaho – 32 delegates – Caucus
Likely Paul but a large Mormon population too.
N.Dakota – 28 – Caucus
Paul and Santorum?
Washington – Romney
Georgia – Gingrich
Massachusetts – Romney
Ohio – Split
Oklahoma – Santorum
Tennessee – Santorum
Vermont – Romney
Virginia – Romney
Alaska – Paul
Idaho – Romney
N. Dakota – Paul
Only ‘winning’ Michigan by 3 points and Santorum NOT getting on Virginia’s ballot are two big loses for both campaigns.
But worse, Super Tuesday will allow Santorum to get back ON message (and off of the piety stuff) and doesn’t give Romney the knock out punch with all of the splits and delegate sharing. If Santorum wins in Ohio, it just adds to the same doubt as the 3 point Romeny ‘win’ in Michigan.