(CNN) - Republicans have battled fiercely for votes in Tuesday's critical Florida primary, as Democrats have largely ignored the state after national leadership said it would not seat Florida's delegates because of a squabble over scheduling.
Sen. John McCain of Arizona and former Gov. Mitt Romney of Massachusetts appear to be neck-and-neck in the Republican primary. If McCain wins in Florida, his status as the national front-runner will be cemented.
If Romney comes out on top, the battle for the GOP presidential nomination will be up in the air.
Related: Watch Mary Snow's analysis of the GOP showdown
We need a nominee who has the bipartisan support and respect to unite a tremendously polarized nation. McCain '08!!!
there are other half population are man
Romney will win. He's up in the two most recent polls. Real Republicans hate McCain for fighting for amnesty and against tax cuts, and that will come through today.
Romney will emerge as the front-runner.
I want them both. Romney for the economy. McCain for national defense. Wish they could get along and run together.
Sarah? Your beliefs are definitely misguided. But hey I'll just blame you and people like you when the country gets even worse under Mccain or Romney or Huckabee.ronpaul2008.com
Wrong caption under image of Republican candidates "Bill Clinton became visibly upset with a reporter Thursday." This probably relates to an article on Bill Clinton, days ago
Wrong caption under image of Republican candidates "Bill Clinton became visibly upset with a reporter Thursday." This probably relates to an article on Bill Clinton, days ago.