We’ll use this thread as a place to post tidbits from Twitter on the “Super Tuesday” Contests today. As the afternoon wears on, we should begin to see some information coming in from various states on how things appear to be going, and eventually exit poll information. The most recent will be posted at the top:

“Super Tuesday” News Tweets – 3/6/12

Here’s a quick, but good and entertaining, overview by “The Fix’s” Chris Cillizza of what is at stake in today’s “Super Tuesday” GOP Presidential Contests.

An Entertaining Overview of What is at Stake in Today’s “Super Tuesday” GOP Presidential Contests – Video

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Key “Super Tuesday” Polling Averages

Updated: 3/6/12, 8:30 AM ET

Candidate

Primary Date

Ohio

3/6/12

Tennessee

3/6/12

Oklahoma

3/6/12

Georgia

3/6/12

Virginia

3/6/12

                  Leader

Romney

 +1.9

Santorum

 +2.6

Santorum

+7.0

Gingrich +17.4

Romney

+39.2

Santorum

32.1

32.3

32.5

18.0

*

Romney

34.0

29.7

25.5

24.3

61.5

Gingrich

16.6

24.7

21.0

41.7

*

Paul

11.5

9.3

11.0

7.6

22.3

Note: In Ohio and Tennessee a 3-Day Average of Polls is shown. In Oklahoma and Georgia a 7-Day Average of Polls is Shown. In Virginia an Average of all Polls is Shown.  Click on the state names above for polling data.

 

*In Virginia, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich failed to qualify for the ballot.

 

Here are polling averages for some of the key “Super Tuesday” contests to be held March 6, 2012. We’ll keep these updated as we head into the voting tomorrow.

Check Polling Averages and Results for all 2012 GOP Presidential Nomination contests.

Polling Averages for Key GOP “Super Tuesday” States

Here is video of University of Virginia Political Science Professor Larry Sabato explaining why he believes “Super Tuesday,” March 6, is “guaranteed to be a good night for Mitt Romney.”

Political Expert Larry Sabato Explains Why “Super Tuesday is Guaranteed to be a Good Night for Mitt Romney” – Video 3/2/12

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