Live-Tweeting the Super Tuesday Results

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Check back later for Mother Jones‘ Washington bureau chief David Corn’s zombie-themed take on the Super Tuesday results. We’re not kidding about the zombies.


(Note: Tweets are in reverse chronological order.)

Still waiting on Ohio:

While we wait on Ohio, don’t sleep on the delegate race in Georgia:

With the candidates done giving speeches, all eyes turn to Ohio:

Romney takes his turn at speech giving:

Santorum takes the stage in Ohio:

Newt Gingrich delivers an epic speech:

Santorum winning award for weirdest election night event:

His old haunt of Massachusetts goes to Mitt, but he’s hardly dominating the night:

Ron Paul winning the stoner, protest votes:

Santorum scores a few early wins:

The Ohio picture begins to come into focus:

Gingrich takes his home state:

The Mittster strikes first:

And we’re off:

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