Here's how the 10 states voted in Super Tuesday's primary and caucus contests.
Here's how the GOP presidential candidates did on Super Tuesday in the 10 states that held primary and caucus contests. They are ranked by their political importance, according to the Washington Post.
10. Massachusetts. Winner: Romney.
It would have been an upset of epic proportions if Mitt Romney had lost his home state. He won easily.
9. Vermont. Winner: Romney.
The Green Mountain State went heavily for Romney in 2008, and it did not disappoint him this year.
8. Alaska Winner: Romney
This caucus state was a tossup. Ron Paul is the only candidate to make the trek north, although ex-governor Sarah Palin has given an endorsement of sorts to Newt Gingrich.
7. Virginia. Winner: Romney.
Virginia would rank higher on the list if all four candidates were on the ballot, but the only two choices for voters Tuesday were Romney or Ron Paul.
6. North Dakota. Winner: Rick Santorum.
Romney’s visit to Fargo last week solidified North Dakota as the second-most important caucus state. Romney, Santorum and Paul have all been there in recent days.
5. Idaho. Winner: Romney
Idaho was the most competitive of the three caucus states voting Tuesday and friendly territory for Romney as a Mormon, but Paul is popular there as well.
4. Oklahoma. Winner: Santorum.
Santorum was favored to win here.
3. Tennessee. Winner: Santorum.
Santorum was up big here early, although Newt Gingrich made a play for the state.
2. Georgia. Winner: Gingrich.
Georgia is the state where Gingrich first rose to power, so if he couldn't win here, it was a very tough road ahead.
1. Ohio. Winner: Romney.
Ohio got top billing because the campaigns spent the most money here, it has the second-most delegates at stake and it was the biggest test for Romney.
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