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One state is standing out of -- from the rest really in the battle that will take place tomorrow on Super Tuesday as we call it Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum focused heavily.
On the Rust Belt battleground of Ohio.
One of the ten states where the voters will head to the polls tomorrow for Super Tuesday right -- candidates are dead even in the Buckeye State what a huge indicator.
This maybe for how things go from here Carl Cameron joins me now live from Zanesville Ohio out.
Is this shift to Romney that we had seen a bet terrorism momentum is it continuing Carl on the ground in Ohio and asked that -- question.
It is Ohio is the big battleground for Super Tuesday Georgia has the biggest delegate person -- Gingrich is heavily favored there but Ohio was the most contested.
And this is a swing state in the general election and it is very very important symbolically politically and practically.
In the primary here the latest quinnipiac poll shows for the first time in weeks Mitt Romney has inched inched.
Into the lead in Ohio.
We can go Mitt Romney was down by ten points that is now reversal he leads within the margin of error it's still -- virtual tie.
Blood it is a significant job.
And it comes now while national polls show that -- the real clear politics average Ronnie has jumped out to a national lead.
Of double digits he's up a dozen points in the average of national polls Super Tuesday is a national campaign ten states voting.
For Rick Santorum he's coming up a little bit short -- doesn't have delegates available he's ineligible for eighteen of the 66 up in Ohio tomorrow.
And though he knows it's ultimately a delegate quest is as they're not so important right now -- -- We're not this big behemoth of an organization they can spend endless amounts of money.
To get on ballots you know that early on in the campaign week.
There a couple that we had trouble with one was Virginia and won here as Ohio and although we he -- -- on we're on the -- the statewide ballot and on the vast majority of the congressional districts and -- I had I think the number of delegates here is pretty inconsequential.
In the grand scheme of things you know we we need to do well here -- Ohio.
And all likelihood he will do well he will get delegates even if -- he could win the popular vote Rick Santorum has been leading here for much of the week only today.
Literally on the eve of the Super Tuesday actual contest in Ohio does Mitt Romney -- ahead in the polls.
Romney has more money and he appears to have momentum but Rick Santorum has strong support with conservatives and self described Tea Party -- is that has been the story throughout all of these tight races.
It looks like so it will be in the Buckeye State tomorrow.
And they're duking it out until the very last minute to and get everything out there that they can't very interesting race Kyle thank you very much Susan a.
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