The day has finally arrived. However, the determination as to whether the day is actually "super" depends on one's perspective since the contested elections are in the Republican primaries and caucuses. All told, the contests today in Ohio, Massachusetts, Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Vermont, North Dakota, Alaska and Idaho will award 437 delegates--almost 40 percent of the 1,144 needed for a candidate to win the GOP nomination.
Will Willard Romney be able to tie things up today? Will Santorum end up in the proverbial dog house? We should have a decent idea by the late hours of the night. The delegate counts for each state on Super Tuesday: