Ohio and Tennessee are two important states Tuesday, because they are the biggest contests in which candidates don’t have a home advantage.
Voters in 10 states participate in primaries and caucuses on Tuesday, and no one candidate is expected to deliver a knockout blow.
The Ohio primary is shaping up to be a real nail-biter on Super Tuesday. It’s one of 10 states where voters will select which Republican should become the party’s nominee to try to unseat President Barack Obama.
Ron Paul sounded optimistic about the rest of the Republican nominating process, predicting he will win three states on Super Tuesday.
Mitt Romney rolled to a double-digit victory in Washington state’s Republican presidential caucuses Saturday night, his fourth campaign triumph in a row and a fresh show of strength in the run-up to 10 Super Tuesday contests in all regions of the country.
Two big names in Presidential politics made their way to North Texas Thursday. One of the frontrunners for the Republican nomination, Rick Santorum, made his second visit here this month. He shared the spotlight with a man who is still the subject of Presidential rumors, Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.
This past Sunday, former House Majority Leader Dick Armey of Arlington had some harsh words for Republican candidates Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich.