Romney Charges Into Super Tuesday With Win

March 4, 2012 by staff 

Romney Charges Into Super Tuesday With Win, Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney pressed his case for spurring energy and economic gains in delegate-rich states that vote in next week’s Super Tuesday contests as rival Rick Santorum tried to exploit doubts about his opponent.

Romney, seeking momentum after twin primary wins, assailed President Barack Obama’s energy policies and offered himself as the only Republican candidate with the business experience to create jobs. Santorum, his leading rival, raised questions about Romney’s core beliefs and commitment to socially conservative principles.

Both men were aiming for victories in the 11 contests to be held March 6, which together award the largest delegate haul in the campaign so far and could go a long way to determining the nominee in an unpredictable Republican race.

Romney, 64, a former Massachusetts governor, implored voters in North Dakota and Idaho, which hold caucuses that day, to participate in the contests.

“I don’t need a lot; I just need you to go out and vote,” Romney said in a high school gymnasium packed with about 1,000 people in Idaho Falls. “I want to make sure we win, we win solidly in Idaho, that I get the delegates I need to go on and win the nomination.”

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