By Hillary Pennington
419 delegates up for grabs in tomorrow's primary races across 10 states. But what will Super Tuesday hold for the four remaining contestants in this year's presidential primary?
Will Romney sweep? Or will we once again be surprised by Santorum, Gingrich and Paul? Will it all be said and done by tomorrow night? Or will Maryland actually have a say come April 3.
Normally, I'd have a prediction on this subject, but my crystal ball's been a little off lately. Actually, I'm glad it wasn't a done deal on day one. Personally, I feel McCain was annointed far too soon in '08. Many states, the vast majority actually, felt like they didn't have a voice in the primary, like McCain was shoved down their throats. Hopefully, we don't make the same mistakes twice.
In the end, my prediction is that Romney gets it, but I'm hoping it's more earned than expected. We've certainly had our share of twists and turns thus far, and I hope they continue. It keeps things interesting.
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