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Mitt Romney is now halfway home in his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
According to the Associated Press Romney inched up to -- 572.
Delegate lead today 572 delegates and all today after Tennessee finalized its primary results.
That is exactly half the 11144.
Romney is hoping to pick up a lot more tomorrow.
-- -- brown sets the stage for us from Wisconsin.
Very good thing.
After nibbling on cheese -- Rick Santorum gave those wanting him to drop out of the GOP race something that you want from -- wait while we.
For the Democratic Convention Clinton finally -- finally.
That we'll never know it didn't hurt him.
Call other three nomination contest Tuesday only Wisconsin appears close to real clear politics average has -- in front -- seven and a half percentage points and while campaigning Romney's focus was again on the general election.
These are not been great times these last three years of Barack Obama's presidency and he likes to say that.
That he didn't inherit -- he didn't cause a recession he inherited it and that is true.
But he is responsible for the fact that the turnaround has taken so long.
-- forces have once more laid it on thick mailers aplenty in Wisconsin and lots of robocalls three a day at this professor's home.
I'm really amazed because it's turned into and an annoyance.
And voters don't like being annoyed.
You know there are undecided but barring a backlash Romney appears positioned for a sweep of Wisconsin Maryland and DC -- winner take all contest which would make the delegate math more daunting -- into war.
More than 11100 delegates are still up for grabs after Tuesday.
Romney would need less than half of those Santorum would need three of every four remaining delegates to clinch the nomination.
And while Santorum spoke today about the virtues of a brokered convention Newt Gingrich talked about fights other.
Then the nomination I will be going to have a pleasant hope hope you understand but.
Because we didn't -- And the -- here have been hustling to replace almost a half a million optical scan ballots here in Wisconsin.
That were discovered to be just a bit too big for the machines.
Or miss printed.
They've all been replaced so they're good for primary day tomorrow but some of those ms.
prince went out as absentees.
They may have to be hand count.
-- C brown -- wall Milwaukee and Steve thank you.
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