(CNN) – While Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum stumped in different parts of the country on Thursday, they will soon be campaigning again in Ohio, a major Super Tuesday battleground state.
Ohio - with 63 delegates at stake on Tuesday - is a key state not only in the Republican primary race but also in the general election. CNN Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger takes a closer at the politics of Ohio.
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Romney -Santorum, your telling me these guys are presidential? Two pathetic individuals who will say anything to win. Obama Biden 2012!
It is funny how Santorum paints Romney as a moderate. Santorum is the one who has alligned himself with Michael Moore and democrats to get the democrats to support him. Interestingly, the democrats have admitted Santorum is the weakest candidate.
Why media ignoring Tennessee, first time we got a chance to play swing state who ever win Ohio and Tennessee will be super Tuesday winner
We know Borger we know. You mentioned it about 10 times already on Tues.
I sincerely hope that the women of Ohio, in particular, will pay very close attention to the statements of the candidates, particularly Santorum. I also hope they are aware of how a top Republican is publicly demeaning women and no one from the Republican party, at this writing, has come forward to publicly chastise Limbaugh. Rush Limbaugh seems to enjoy being the ugliest of ugly Americans.