Everything You Wanted To Know About Super Tuesday (LIST)
This Super Tuesday is the most undecided in recent political history; the unpredictability factor of the 2012 Republican race for the presidency has been unprecedented.
For instance, Romney has won the most elections so far, but a large number of Republicans aren’t feeling his message. Many GOP voters think he’s too liberal to represent the party in Washington.
So as we embark on Super Tuesday, there’s quite a lot at stake. There are 437 delegates in the Super Tuesday 10 states, which break down as follows:
Alaska – 27
Georgia – 76
Idaho – 32
Massachusetts – 41
North Dakota – 28
Ohio – 66
Oklahoma – 43
Tennessee – 58
Vermont – 17
Virginia – 49
So as we enter one of the most closely watched days of the 2012 Election cycle, here’s what you need to know.