It goes without saying that a few months ago Mitt Romney was sure he’d be scoring an early nomination way before Super Tuesday. However, his Republican fellow candidates have made it difficult for the former Massachusetts Governor to enjoy an early success. Now, Mitt Romney is preparing for a successful Super Tuesday.
For Mitt Romney the past few weeks have been a hassle as he actually worked to remain frontrunner and keep his support as Rick Santorum was gaining his own. Santorum’s earlier three lucky strike has surely caused a shock within Romney’s campaign, but this Republican is determined to win the nomination.
The March 6 Super Tuesday is essential in the Republican presidential nomination race and for Mitt Romney is perhaps the last chance to emerge as a bullet proof, determined and unbreakable candidate to the U.S. presidency. He’s been preparing for the 10 states caucuses intensely, trying to gain support and win endorsements from public figures.
The latest to endorse Mitt Romney is U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor of Virginia. On Sunday, Eric Cantor said: “I cast my vote already in Virginia for Mitt Romney and I’m here today to tell you that I’m endorsing Mitt Romney in his candidacy for the Presidency of the United States”. According to Eric Cantor, Mitt Romney is “going to best be able to lead this economy back to a growth mode, create jobs so people can feel better about the future”.
Ohio is one of the 10 states that will make the Super Tuesday. All candidates have been trying hard to win support in this state. Romney will need 1,144 delegates out of the 2,286 across the nation to win the nomination.
Senator Rick Santorum is Mitt Romney’s main contra candidate, although the more recent caucuses showed he had lost his moment. On Sunday, Santorum told Fox News he has a feeling he will do “very well” in the Ohio caucuses, at least. “It’s always harder when you’ve got two conservative candidates out there running in the race. If you continue to combine the votes that Congressman Gingrich and I get, we’re doing pretty well”.