Super Tuesday Results: Who Won What
Romney wins Ohio, 5 others; Santorum wins 3; Newt 1
By Newser Editors,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 6, 2012 6:04 PM CST
Updated Mar 7, 2012 2:20 AM CST
Rick Santorum speaks at his election night party at Steubenville High School in Steubenville, Ohio.   (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
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(Newser) – Mitt Romney took the biggest Super Tuesday prize of all, Ohio, by a razor thin margin. The state was called for Romney only after 99.4% of precincts reported, giving him 38% to Rick Santorum's 37%. Earlier, Newt Gingrich got a crucial home-state win in Georgia, while Santorum grabbed needed victories in Tennessee, Oklahoma, and North Dakota. Romney cruised to expected wins in Massachusetts, Vermont, Idaho, and Virginia, where Ron Paul was the only other candidate on the ballot, reports AP. Romney also won the Alaska caucuses, leaving third-placed Ron Paul without a win. The states and delegates in play:

  • Alaska (27): Romney wins (33%), Santorum (29%), Paul (24%), Gingrich (14%)
  • Georgia (76): Gingrich wins (47%), Romney (26%), Santorum (20%), Paul (6%)
  • Idaho (32): Romney wins (62%), Santorum (18.2%), Paul (18.1%), Gingrich (2%)
  • Massachusetts (41): Romney wins (72%), Santorum (12%), Paul (10%), Gingrich (5%)
  • North Dakota (28): Santorum wins (40%), Paul (28%), Romney (24%), Gingrich (8%)
  • Ohio (66): Romney wins (38%), Santorum (37%), Gingrich (15%), Paul (9%)
  • Oklahoma (43): Santorum wins (34%), Romney (28%), Gingrich (27%), Paul (10%)
  • Tennessee (58): Santorum wins (37%), Romney (28%), Gingrich (24%), Paul (9%)
  • Vermont (17): Romney wins (40%), Paul (25%), Santorum (24%), Gingrich (8%)
  • Virginia (49): Romney wins (60%), Paul (40%)