Super Tuesday: At A Glance
Ten states hold presidential nominating contests on Tuesday. While the scope is smaller than Super Tuesdays in the past, the candidates are still fighting fiercely for delegates.
Texas Rep. Ron Paul has been the only GOP presidential candidate to actually visit Alaska in the run-up to Super Tuesday. More »
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has said he has to win Georgia to be "credible" in the race — and polling suggests he will. More »
This is the first time Idaho Republicans have held presidential caucuses. The state's large Mormon population gives former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney an edge. More »
Romney is expected to win the state where he once served as governor. He'll also vote in the primary and watch results in Boston on Tuesday night. More »
Paul plans to appear in Fargo during the caucuses. He has said he hopes to win there, as well as in Idaho and Alaska. More »
Romney and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum are in a dead heat in Ohio polls. Ohio Republicans actually get to vote twice in the primary — once for allocating "at-large" statewide delegates and once based on their congressional district. More »
Santorum is hoping for a good showing in Oklahoma, which he called "ground zero of the conservative movement."
Santorum has been leading in the polls in Tennessee, but the race appears to be tightening. More »
Vermont is expected to follow neighboring Massachusetts into Romney's column.
Only Romney and Paul qualified for the ballot in Virginia's GOP primary. More »
On Tuesday, Republicans will begin selecting national delegates at county gatherings that run until Saturday. Wyoming has 29 total delegates; five will be allocated on Super Tuesday.
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