The Republican presidential candidates were crisscrossing the country in the days leading up to Super Tuesday, the day voters in 10 states are deciding their pick for a GOP nominee. Here are a few Super Tuesday scenes from around the nation.
The economy, jobs, health care, and conservative values. That's what's on the minds of voters at the Delhi Township polling station in southwest Ohio, one of the most crucial states to vote on Super Tuesday.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks to a group of supporters in Zanesville, Ohio, the day before Super Tuesday.
Voters head to the polls in Georgia on Super Tuesday, March 6, 2012 to vote for a Republican presidential nominee. Newt Gingrich was banking on a win here in his home state.
Gingrich did get the win in Georgia. This is the sticker voters who headed to the polls in Georgia on Super Tuesday received.
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich holds a rally at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala., on Super Tuesday.
A man votes at Kayne Avenue Baptist Church in Nashville, Tennessee on Tuesday.
Alaska had an interesting situation before its primary: Record snowfall in Anchorage damaged a key caucus site Friday, causing a roof collapse at a church auditorium. No one was injured and the caucus site was moved to a nearby school.
Things went smoothly on Super Tuesday. Here, Alaskans help choose the Republican nominee for president by attending their caucus site at the Wasilla Menard Sports Complex.
Romney made a stop in his home state of Massachusetts to casts his vote on Tuesday. He won the contests in Ohio, Massachusetts, Vermont, Idaho and Virginia.
Rick Santorum was in the crucial state of Ohio Tuesday waiting for results. He won in Oklahoma, Tennessee and North Dakota.
Gingrich was surrounded by supporters in his home state of Georgia on Super Tuesday. He won the state.
Ron Paul was set to speak in Fargo, N.D., on the night of Super Tuesday.
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