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Join Blogcritics writers and editors, expert commentators from the Republican Liberty Caucus and special guests beamed in from Twitter for live discussion and coverage of the results of the Super Tuesday Republican primary results.

Over 400 delegates are up for grabs today in what may be the most important turning point in a very long primary to determine which Republican gets to challenge President Obama in November.

Coverage starts at 7pm Eastern Time.

Current Polling Data and Projections

Gingrich 12.0 41.7 11.0 6.0 12.0 16.6 21.0 24.7 10.0 0.0 8.0
Paul 28.0 7.6 30.0 5.5 34.0 11.5 11.0 9.3 14.0 22.3 21.0
Romney 33.0 24.3 31.0 60.0 25.0 34.0 34.0 29.7 34.0 61.5 39.0
Santorum 25.0 18.0 26.0 16.00 27.0 32.1 27.0 32.3 27.0 0.0 32.0
Delegates 27 76 32 41 28 66 43 58 17 48 26


* These states are estimated based on past votes and expert analysis with no polling data available.

** Gingrich and Santorum did not qualify for the ballot in Virginia.

*** Wyoming results are based on straw poll reports with no polling available

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About Dave Nalle

Dave Nalle is Executive Director of the Texas Liberty Foundation, Chairman of the Center for Foreign and Defense Policy, South Central Regional Director for the Republican Liberty Caucus and an advisory board member at the Coalition to Reduce Spending. He was Texas State Director for the Gary Johnson Presidential campaign, an adviser to the Ted Cruz senatorial campaign, Communications Director for the Travis County Republican Party and National Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus. He has also consulted on many political campaigns, specializing in messaging. Before focusing on political activism, he owned or was a partner in several businesses in the publishing industry and taught college-level history for 20 years.