Charles Bullock

University of Georgia

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Professor of Political Science at the University of Georgia

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Mitt Romney  won Arizona big time in yesterday's voting, but he took his home state by only three points — and the final count may show that  Rick Santorum  won an equal number of…

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Mitt Romney won Arizona big time in yesterday's voting, but he took his home state by only three points — and the final count may show that Rick Santorum won an equal number of…

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The Detroit News says, Romney's front-runner status has been "restored." The American Spectator says, "The front runner is bleeding."

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