On Tuesday, 10 states will hold primaries or caucuses to award delegates to the Republican National Convention.
Larry Sabato of the University of Virginia tells WND how the busy night is likely to shape up for the four remaining candidates. Sabato tells us how he thinks the pivotal state of Ohio will unfold and which other states he expects to be competitive.
“Everybody who votes tomorrow is casting an important, every state that votes tomorrow is important.”
He also explains whether winning Georgia will be enough for Newt Gingrich to stay viable and where Ron Paul might finally crack the win column. Sabato also scolds his home state of Virginia for its tough ballot access rules and forbidding write-in votes. He also reveals how this year’s “Super Tuesday” is somewhat mild compared to what the event has been in previous election cycles.