Romney takes 5, Santorum 3, and Gingrich gains Georgia in Super Tuesday spoils

Voters Head To Polls On Super Tuesday

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Poll workers look on at a polling place during Super Tuesday voting on March 6, 2012 in Youngstown, Ohio. The two top Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are running neck and neck in the state.

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Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum addresses an election night party in Steubenville, Ohio, March 6, 2012. Santorum supporters began partying in celebration of Super Tuesday wins in Oklahoma and Tennessee, crossing their fingers as the crucial Republican presidential contest in Ohio went down to the wire. AFP PHOTO/Jim Watson (Photo credit should read JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Mitt Romney Holds Super Tuesday Primary Night Event In Boston

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Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney speaks at a Super Tuesday night gathering with his family on March 6, 2012 in Boston, Massachusetts. Mitt Romney celebrated Super Tuesday wins in Massachusetts, Vermont and Virginia. Super Tuesday could play a vital role in the nomination of the Republican candidate as ten states hold their primaries or caucuses on the same day.

Mitt Romney Holds Super Tuesday Primary Night Event In Boston

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Supporters of Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney celebrate during a Super Tuesday night gathering on March 6, 2012 in Boston, Massachusetts.


Mitt Romney finally took enough of a lead in Ohio for the Associated Press and others to call it for Romney over rival Rick Santorum. Vermont, Virginia and Massachusetts and Idaho have been called for Romney. Newt Gingrich won his home state of Georgia, and Tennessee, Oklahoma and North Dakota have been called for Rick Santorum.

AirTalk has assembled a panel of expert guests to assess tonight's vote. Results will be reviewed, exit polls will be analyzed and predictions will be made. Listen into our guest Republican strategists as they answer questions we and any callers might have.

Guests


Jonathan Wilcox, Republican strategist; former speech writer for Governor Pete Wilson                   
Matt Rodriguez, Democratic strategist; former senior Obama advisor in 2008, who now runs the Los Angeles office for the Dewey Square Group               
Brandon Hollingsworth, Reporter, WUOT, Knoxville Public Radio
Dennis O’Hayer, Political Reporter, WABE Atlanta Public Radio
Tim Lefever, Chairman of the Board, Capitol Resource Institute (CRI) in Sacramento
Ashley Ingram, Executive Director of the California Young Republican Federation
Judson Phillips, Founder of the Tea Party Nation
Karen Kasler, Columbus Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio
Grover Norquist, President of Americans For Tax Reform
Michael Cross, State Capitol Reporter, KOSU, Oklahoma Public Radio
Fred Thys, Political Reporter, WBUR, Boston Public Radio
Matt DeBord, Writes the DeBord Report on KPCC.org
Arnold “Arnie” Steinberg, Veteran Republican Strategist and Analyst
Ron Nehring, Former chairman of the California Republican Party and Republican strategist, commentator and lecturer.

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