In 60: Super Tuesday

States split delegates as candidates fight for the nomination.
0:58 | 03/07/12

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Thank you -- thank you back. How do you get for victory speeches without really winning winning -- all in the -- Candidates are just fighting each other they're battling the odds of getting an 11144. Delegates it takes to win the nomination. Mitt Romney squeaked out victory and sixth ten states including a seesaw night of high well Rick Santorum bagged three and you can return one. And -- the candidates really makes this week states award their delegates based on proportion of the up. So in the case of what -- run its projected between 35 delegates. Whereas Santorum is expected to get 21 he also explains why Ron Paul can't put a state in the win column. But still want to -- than expected when he went delegate. Super Tuesday proved that in politics win is not really -- win. When you're fighting to get 11144. Delegates one at a time.

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