Contrary to popular belief, the Republican nomination is far from decided in reality. After South Carolina, the series of States which vote on what this year will be Super Tuesday, March 6th, will all have their delegate counts decided on a proportional basis, most by congressional district. That means that if candidates were to campaign well, they could still challenge Mitt Romney for the Republican nomination. The practical reality is that if Tennesseans want a real say in who will be the Republican nominee, it would appear that South Carolina is going to have to be the contest where someone defeats Mitt Romney, because at some point, money becomes a factor for those candidates who would otherwise have a chance to be nominated.
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
If Tennessee wants a say in the Republican nominating process, South Carolina had better save the day:
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