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Actual race is focused on Alabama and Mississippi tonight -- head of big primaries tomorrow senior national correspondent John Roberts reports the Romney campaigns as a win Alabama.
Could be the icing on the cake for the front -- Vehicles and giving me his birthday present hoping to -- rapids Arnold.
Mitt Romney celebrating his birthday in mobile this morning looking for a big gift from Alabama voters.
The real clear politics average of poll shows Romney locked in a dead heat.
Remarkable latest state where 77%.
Of Republican primary voters are evangelical.
Are very conservative.
With southerner Jeff Foxworthy along for the comic relief today Romney made a bold prediction we're gonna win tomorrow.
Next door in Mississippi Newt Gingrich who's doing everything he could to ensure that doesn't happen telling an energy conference in Biloxi that his plan for two dollar and fifty cent a gallon gas is a winner in November if you read the president's energy speeches using cloud cuckoo land.
The biggest issue this fall.
Is going to be drilling verses -- going to be 250 gallon vs ten dollars a gallon.
Going to be which future do you want for your children in your country Gingrich needs to win the deep south that he hopes to remain viable going forward.
Polls in Mississippi are mixed one his Romney leading while the other has Gingrich you had too few polls for an RCP average.
Rick Santorum coming up a big win in Kansas over the weekend trails in all the surveys.
Trying to make up ground today he urged voters in Mississippi to trust him on energy development.
When it was tough to say that stuff in the ground.
Is an asset not a liability.
I sit up and said the science is bogus.
I said this isn't climate science this is political science.
The dangers of carbon dioxide.
Tell that to a plate how dangerous carbon dioxide it.
The candidates are battling it out for every delegate ninety -- up for grabs tomorrow.
After the weekend contests Romney leads with 454.
Santorum has 217.
Gingrich 107 and Ron Paul 47.
Santorum's campaign his repeatedly called on Gingrich to drop out and clear the track for a quote real conservative.
Santorum appealed to voters in Alabama and Mississippi to turn up the heat.
They want a lot to conservative -- -- for sure they can do that by lining up behind us.
And not making this making this race clearly a two person race.
-- Gingrich campaign is try to stir up a little bit of mischief floated the idea of -- Gingrich Perry ticket should this go all the way to the convention in Tampa in August and while that might be an appealing idea in the south.
It's one that is far too early to be even talking about at this point according to a Perry spokesperson.
Brett John Roberts -- -- -- in Birmingham.
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