1. End In Sight

    GOP Race Nears Halftime

    MILWAUKEE, WI - APRIL 02:  Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney attends a town hall style meeting at Moore Oil on April 2, 2012 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. With one day to go before the Wisconsin primary, Mitt Romney makes a final push through the state.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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    After Tuesday's primary voting, Mitt Romney will have made it half way toward the Republican presidential nomination—at least in terms of delegates. Mitt currently holds 568 delegates and stands to gain up to 98 today. Though Rick Santorum's frequent argument that "the race isn't even at halftime yet," is still valid, he'll have to win 69 percent of the unclaimed delegates before the GOP convention, while Romney only has to win 46 percent of them to secure the nomination.

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