Delegate Math: Is Romney Inevitable?

1,144 reasons for who'll be the GOP presidential nominee in 2012.
1:17 | 03/09/12

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One 144. That's the number of delegates it takes to win. Combination. 33602. Tampa Florida -- Republicans took off their convention on 827. Twelfth. -- a person's -- or authorized represent others in particular and elected representatives sent to a conference. Award contenders remain the GOP race Mitt Romney Rick Santorum Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul. But only one that Romney -- -- -- -- 21144. For all the rest second hurt or even fourth prize will be -- -- that blocked its path to 1144. It's happened for over thirty years ago in 1970s. Gerald Ford didn't -- would speak and Ronald Reagan nearly grabbed the nomination. Will will be the new 76. If they can't get 1144. By 646. The -- you -- vote in the final Republican primary. It'll be turmoil in Tampa as the GOP wrestles with whom they think is the best candidate to get -- Out of 16100 Pennsylvania Avenue. On 116. Well.

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