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Santorum’s Out, But Delegates Still Focus of GOP Primary

I don't know if this has been posted yet, pretty interesting article.

"Senator Santorum suspended his campaign today, leaving Governor Romney as the likely Republican Party nominee with Speaker Gingrich and Dr. Ron Paul trailing, but still in the race. This is a fortuitous development for Gov. Romney, as April and May were not likely to be kind. Politics, after all, abhors a vacuum. This situation is likely to result in an exponential growth in Dr. Paul delegates, which has been the focus of the Paul campaign all along. This prediction is based on where the primaries are to be held next, and not accounting for caucus states.

As everyone knows by know, Gov. Romney does not exactly spark a large amount of enthusiasm. For the upcoming primary contests Republican turnout will tank even lower than before. The GOP race next goes to western libertarian-leaning states, the New England region, and the remaining southern and border states which have yet to vote."

http://ivn.us/2012/04/10/santorums-out-but-delegates-still-f...