Super Tuesday: Romney Wins Ohio Late
Updated with latest results.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Mitt Romney's campaign didn't expect the nomination to come to this, but they'd have to admit it makes for dramatic television.
Romney and opponents Rick Santorum, Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich are each poised to grab delegates on the grandest day of the Republican race, Super Tuesday, but none of them is dealing with a level of urgency quite like the former Massachusetts governor, who needs to wrap up the nomination soon to dispel questions about whether he represents the GOP's best hope against President Barack Obama in November.
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