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Mitt Romney wins again, and this time with a much greater lead in percentages, but when looking at the Delegate count, according to CNN they are as follows:
- Romney 14
- Paul 10
- Santorum 7
- Gingrich & Perry & Huntsman 2
- Bachmann OUT
Despite efforts by the Tea Party and Gingrich to discredit Romney with negative adds, after his Iowa win, Romney still pulls out a large lead with Ron Paul at his heals.
Here’s a list of some important upcoming dates for the GOP primaries:
- Jan. 16 Republican debate in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
- Jan. 19 Republican debate in Charleston, South Carolina
- Jan. 21 South Carolina primary
- Jan. 23 Republican debate in Tampa, Florida
- Jan. 26 Republican debate in Jacksonville, Florida
- Jan. 31 Florida primary
- Feb. 4 Nevada caucus, Maine caucus begins (through Feb. 11)
- Feb. 7 Colorado and Minnesota caucuses, Missouri primary
- Feb. 11 Maine presidential caucus ends
- Feb. 22 Republican debate in Mesa, Arizona
- Feb. 28 Arizona and Michigan primaries
- March 1 Republican debate in Georgia
- March 3 – Washington caucuses
- March 6 “Super Tuesday” primaries and caucuses, including: Ohio, Massachusetts, Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Idaho, Alaska, and North Dakota.
- March 19 Republican debate in Portland, Oregon
- April 3 District of Columbia, Maryland, Texas, and Wisconsin Primaries.
- June 5 California, Montana, New Mexico, South Dakota, and New Jersey Primaries.
- Aug. 27-30 Republican convention in Tampa, Florida
- Sept. 3-6 Democratic convention, Charlotte, North Carolina
- Oct. 3 Presidential debate in Denver, Colorado
- Oct. 11 Vice presidential debate in Danville, Kentucky
- Oct. 16 Presidential debate in Hempstead, New York
- Oct. 22 Presidential debate in Boca Raton, Florida
- Nov. 6 Election Day