Another Tuesday, another slate of Republican nominating contests. ABC News' Amy Walters has the basics:
1. States/Territories Voting: Alabama, Mississippi, Hawaii and American Samoa
2. Total delegates at stake: 119 – 75 percent of which come from Alabama and Mississippi
3. Earliest poll closing: 8 p.m. (Alabama/Mississippi)
4. Latest poll closing: 2 a.m. (Hawaii)
5. Recent Polls: The most recent polls in Alabama and Mississippi show tight three-way contests in both states.
(a) Might Team Santorum be (somewhat paradoxically) be rooting for a Romney sweep tonight, forcing Newt out?
(b) Will Santorum get any mileage out of his Fox News is in the tank for Romney allegation?
(c) Will any of this shake up the delegate count enough to dislodge the Romney juggernaut?
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