Michigan Polls Show Virtual Tie Between Romney and Santorum

Today is a big day for 2012 hopefuls Romney and Santorum as Michigan heads to the polls. Stuck in a virtual tie, neither one would ultimately benefit more than the other after the votes are tallied.

Michigan is not a winner take all, rather they will split their delegates respectively. As it stands, Romney looks to be the winner for Arizona’s primary. However, for Romney not to be the decisive victor in his home state is what has some questioning his electability.

Some of his opponents have said that if one can’t win their home state they should not continue the race. But, Romney’s numbers speak volumes. Ahead in the delegate count, if he takes around half the Michigan delegates tonight he will still consider himself victorious.

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