On “Super Tuesday”, March 6, the Republican primaries will reach their peak. Tom Cohen of CNN News helped explain the nationwide events and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney’s comfortably high position. Romney has garnered a lot of notice, both negative and positive. The candidate was caught up in bad press earlier in the campaign, but has markedly pulled through and now leads in delegates, with an estimated 207, followed next by Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum with only 86 at this point. It is clear that the publicized debates have still given Romney an edge over the other candidates, and he doesn’t show signs of slowing down. Each of the candidates will try to make their mark for the 10 states of Super Tuesday, and Romney has a command over several so far especially after earning the favor of Catholics. Coverage of Super Tuesday will be throughout the afternoon on March 6th on various networks, and will give a better idea about the future of republican primaries.
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