Romney wins Wisconsin, Maryland and DC Primaries

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Mitt Romney won three primaries Tuesday -- Wisconsin, Maryland and the District of Columbia -- adding more votes to his already substantial lead over the rest of the Republican candidates, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Rick Santorum came in second in all three races, with Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul falling far behind, BBC reported. Santorum refuses to heed calls for him to step down in the name of party unity, as only half of all states have voted in the primaries.

This latest string of victories seems to validate his recent campaign strategy, which has been to ignore his GOP rivals and concentrate on defeating President Obama in the upcoming election, CNN reported.

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