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-- let's look ahead now to all of the states holding contests in the next week in addition to Nevada.
Maine Colorado and Minnesota will hold their caucuses while Missouri holds a non binding primary altogether.
Delegates are at stake Bob Cusack is managing editor of the hill so let's let's go through those races one by one Mitt Romney.
Expected to do pretty well in Nevada right Bob.
Yes he won big their last time heavy Mormon population.
-- probably going to be a big night on Saturday four Mitt Romney and Colorado.
Yeah I think -- -- -- mean.
The map is shaping up very nicely for Mitt Romney over the next month until possibly Super Tuesday.
-- Newt Gingrich is gonna struggle I think in the upcoming contests.
He's gonna focus on specific states in Minnesota now.
So Mitt Romney has the momentum but he needs to stay on the offense I think because you know after a New Hampshire -- -- when a prevent defense that didn't work.
In South Carolina he went on the offensive.
Against Gingrich in the Florida debates and that work for him.
Well and you've got Michigan coming up that's a state where he has deep ties his father was governor obviously he would be expected to do well.
Yes -- a he'll do well in Michigan now also upcoming is Arizona's got the backing.
Senator John McCain so you know once again he he's looking fairly good but yes they'll watch the stumbles as far as.
If he makes a gap for that kind of thing Newt Gingrich on the other hand is gonna have to stay in the news somehow.
And it's going to be agency if Gingrich attacks Romney as hard as he did.
Before Florida but we'll buy it by no means is this over and we it hasn't been a roller -- race and Gingrich's case it wasn't.
They're 46 states left.
Is long way to go but what Romney has the major major edge right now.
Right and well we remember what happened on the democratic side four years ago when Hillary Clinton and -- Obama -- still battling it out late into the primary season.
Yeah that's and Newt -- also made the point.
This week that -- until Romney gets over 50% in a major state.
They're going to be questions about his campaign the one thing down at that really -- Romney has backed his electability.
That's what he lost after South Carolina more Republicans once again that they saw him his debate performance in Florida think.
Maybe he can beat Obama after South Carolina.
They were doubting that he needs to hold onto that electability edge well and you know his detractors Mitt Romney's detractors can also argue that the anti Romney vote even in Florida was bigger than the pro Romney -- Yet yet and that that's the outstanding question is that are we ever gonna have.
A one on one is Santorum or Gingrich one of I'm -- bow out Ron Paul's gonna go for a long time and I think gagging ritual to let well I am the one the watches Santorum.
-- of course in torment and Gingrich are both saying that the other one should drop out so that's not gonna happen any time soon I don't think.
Well and Santorum got the backing -- doctor James Dobson in Colorado focus on the family.
Head millions an organization's -- headquartered in Colorado Springs that's going to perhaps propel him.
To a pretty significant position there.
Yes and Santorum was making the case -- Gingrich had all the momentum after South Carolina had his opportunity in Florida.
And blow itself.
I think that the barbs between Santorum and Gingrich who have a pretty good relationships they're going to be.
A dominating throughout February so Florida notwithstanding this thing is far from over.
Exactly Bob Cusack from hill thanks for what extent.
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