Voters in ten states go to the polls today for their primary elections. Of course, all eyes are on the GOP presidential primary, as Republicans today have the chance to send a clear message about who they want to run against President Obama this fall.
Much of the attention today will be on neighboring Ohio, where front-runners Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney have been neck-and-neck in the polls heading into today’s vote. Romney is coming off a win in the Washington caucuses last weekend, while Santorum is hoping to regain his February momentum by appealing to the most conservative wing of the party.
The other states voting on this Super Tuesday are Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia. Pennsyvania’s primary will be held April 24th.