Disaster narrowly averted in his native state of Michigan, Mitt Romney was last night preparing to take a reinvigorated fight for the Republican presidential nomination to 10 states voting on ‘Super Tuesday’ next week.
Delirious supporters for Mr Romney gathered in a ballroom here in Novi, Michigan, northwest of Detroit to celebrate his victory over Rick Santorum in the state by a nonetheless slim margin of only 41 per cent to 38 per cent with most votes counted. It may get his campaign back on track and should damp down party chatter that his candidacy was coming apart at the seams under pressure from the more conservative Mr Santorum.
Mr Romney also handily pocketed Arizona, an important state in the general election and a testing aground of his appeal in the sun belt of America. With nearly all precincts reporting, he had 48 per cent of the vote there to 26 per cent for Mr Santorum. Read more at the Independent….
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