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Florida political expert says Romney victories on Tuesday put him almost there as GOP nominee

By on April 4th, 2012

Mitt Romney came out on top in last night’s GOP primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and the District of Columbia. This comes as a blow to Rick Santorum, whose campaign has been struggling to maintain its momentary bits of traction. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM spoke with University of South Florida Political Science Professor Susan MacManus about whether or not Romney is cementing his position as the 2012 Republican presidential candidate.

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