1. Super Tuesday

    Ohio: Romney Wins the Catholic Vote

    YOUNGSTOWN, OH - MARCH 05:  Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney smiles during a campaign rally at Taylor-Winfield Technologies on March 5, 2012 in Youngstown, Ohio. With one day to go before Super Tuesday, Mitt Romney is making one final push through Ohio.  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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    Exit polls are showing that Mitt Romney has captured the Catholic vote in Ohio by a 41 percent to 30 percent margin, though the state remains too close to call. Romney also made good with voters who changed their minds in "the last few days," another exit poll showed, leading that count by 50 percent to just 28 percent for Rick Santorum. Santorum had led in the Ohio polls by as much as 10 points before Romney seemingly closed the gap in what was a deadlocked race going into Super Tuesday. Meanwhile, Newt Gingrich is projected the winner in his home state of Georgia, while Romney has been projected to win in both Virginia and Vermont.

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