March primaries: A look ahead

From Human Events:

A predictably muddled Super Tuesday left Mitt Romney inching closer to securing the nomination, but also established Rick Santorum as a credible alternative, while Newt Gingrich remains a strong force in the South.  The possibility of a brokered Republican convention was upgraded from “extremely unlikely” to “highly unlikely.”  What awaits us in the remaining March primaries?

Next up, on March 10, will be caucuses in Kansas, Wyoming, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Guam.  All of the candidates are planning appearances in Kansas, which puts 40 delegates on the table.  Rick Santorum arrived there Wednesday, while the others have events scheduled for Friday and Saturday.  As recently as Tuesday morning, Ellis County Republican chairman John Pyle told the local Daily News that the state caucuses “will be a toss-up.”

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