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Ohio’s GOP Presidential Primary Looms Larger
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Even though Ohio’s primary is more than a month away, the state’s republican voters could still get a say on their republican nominee. Bowling Green State University political scientist Melissa Miller says Newt Gingrich’s win in South Carolina will likely extend the race.
“With a different winner on the GOP side in each of the first three states makes it all the more likely that Ohio voters will make a difference on March 6th, and will have a role in actually choosing the GOP nominee for president.”
Miller says the wild card in this year’s G-O-P race has been the unpredictability of debate performances.
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