Santorum Sweeps Romney

In yet another crazy turn in the Republican race for the White House in 2012, former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum dealt frontrunner Mitt Romney a stunning series of defeats on Tuesday night, again changing the momentum in this GOP battle.

Santorum won by 30 points over Romney in Missouri, beat him by 30 points in Minnesota and then squeezed out an upset victory in Colorado over the former Massachusetts Governor, who had won the Centennial State with 60% of the vote in 2008.

The final announcement came just after 1 am Eastern Time, giving Santorum a completely unexpected hat trick and sweep of Romney.

 

Don’t tell me you knew this was coming – Santorum finished dead last in both Florida and Nevada in the past week – but something clicked for him in these three states, as he now owns the most GOP victories in 2012.

 

Santorum has won Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri and Colorado; Romney has victories in New Hampshire, Nevada and Florida; Gingrich won in South Carolina.

 

The triple victories for Santorum over Romney not only gives Santorum a big boost, but again raises major questions about Romney’s candidacy.

Read the rest  Santorum Sweeps Romney | Jamie Dupree Washington Insider.

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