Super Tuesday Balloting Under Way
CINCINNATI (AP) - Some early-morning voters in Ohio today are making it clear that all of the Republican candidates still have some convincing to do.
Polling officials near Cincinnati say many people are asking only for ballots on the issues, and they're skipping the presidential voting altogether.
One voter says he doesn't like the way "Republicans have gone after each other" -- and he adds, "the Democrats aren't any better."
Ohio is the biggest prize at stake in today's 10 Super Tuesday contests. Polls have Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum in a tight race in the state.
Rick Santorum expects to be competitive in several states today - Tennessee, Oklahoma and Georgia among them.
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- Tuesday's Wins Boost Santorum Fundraising
- Romney-leaning Super PAC Raises $6M in January
- GOP Campaigns in Contrast
- Romney Seeks Tea Party Votes, Satorum Hunts Cash
- Romney-Santorum Clash Turns Next to Ohio
- Romney Calls Santorum an "Economic Lightweight"
- Santorum Knocks Romney's Deep Pockets
- Gingrich: Rivals are "Adequate"
- Republicans Await Returns in Two Southern States