Tennessee over a lot earlier than most here thought. Romney's best chance for a win in the south goes bye bye.
by mark.joyella3/7/2012 1:44:24 AM
Can we say "Newtmentum" again now?
by Mark Preston3/7/2012 1:44:51 AM
Sarah Palin drafted as the GOP nominee? Could it happen? Sarah Palin just left the door open to future political possibilities in an exclusive interview on CNN. But it is highly unlikely to happen. Palin is beloved by the GOP base, but she is still a politically polarizing figure. Bottom line, I don't think anyone is going to parachute in at the convention. The GOP nominee is going to be one of the 4 remaining candidates.
by Steve Krakauer, CNN3/7/2012 1:46:43 AM
Here's your explanation on whether "anything is possible" is really possible, regarding Sarah Palin entering the race at the convention...
CNN calls Oklahoma for Santorum. Meanwhile Romney live band plays "Play that Funky Music White Boy". Expect Romney in 1/2hr.
by Steve Krakauer, CNN3/7/2012 2:05:53 AM
That's CNN Radio correspondent Lisa Desjardins with the answer.
by Mt Orange3/7/2012 2:06:24 AM
Ok, an update throughout tonight. Mitt Romney wins Virginia, Vermont, and Massachusetts. Rick Santorum wins Tennessee and Oklahoma. Newt Gingrich wins Georgia. Only 4 states left: Alaska, North Dakota, Idaho, and Ohio. Ron Paul is very favorable in the first 3 states.
by LisaDCNN3/7/2012 2:07:03 AM
My twitter followers hoping Rick Santorum sings "Surrey with the Fringe on Top" from Oklahoma! at some point. One says he'll donate $10 to him if it happens.
by Steve Krakauer, CNN3/7/2012 2:08:09 AM
We're going to take a break now, but all indications point to a Rick Santorum speech coming in about 3 minutes. We'll take you there on air.
by mark.joyella3/7/2012 2:08:32 AM
What happens in the cube during commercial breaks?
by sgallman3/7/2012 2:09:11 AM
by Steve Krakauer, CNN3/7/2012 2:10:09 AM
Well Mark, it depends on who you're talking about. But mostly - it's people working on upcoming segments. We're looking at social media impact of Newt Gingrich's speech.