Mitt Romney Wins in Wyoming

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CNN projected that Mitt Romney has won the Wyoming caucuses. This comes less than 36 hours after he was successful in Michigan and Arizona. Romney won 39% of the votes cast in straw polls conducted at county-level caucuses through Tuesday in Wyoming.

Rick Santorum finished second. Ron Paul finished was third, and Newt Gingrich was fourth.

Results are vague in Michigan. Some experts believe the delegates will be split between Romney and Santorum. Romney did get more overall votes, but the delegates will be split between the two canadates in some fashion.

Santorum called the results in Michigan a "success."

Yahoo reported Mitt Romney has won a nonbinding vote of Republican activists who turned out for precinct caucuses across Wyoming during the past two weeks.

Super Tuesday is five days away. Ten states will vote on the GOP candidates.


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