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Voters head to polls on Super Tuesday

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Mitt Romney hugs his grandson Thomas as his wife Ann (L), daughter in law Jen (R, rear) and granddaughter Allie look on after he spoke at his Super Tuesday rally in Boston, Mass., on March 6.

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Rick Santorum speaks at his Super Tuesday rally in Steubenville, Ohio.

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Mitt Romney greets supporters at the Westin Copley Place in Boston, Mass.

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Callista Gingrich, wife of former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, greets a supporter after he was declared the winner of the primary in Georgia at a hotel in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Supporters cheer as Mitt Romney speaks at his primary election night rally in Boston, Mass.

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Supporters of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney cheer and hold campaign signs as they wait for his "Super Tuesday" primary night rally to begin in Boston, Mass.

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Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and his wife Ann greet supporters as they arrive at their Super Tuesday primary rally in Boston.

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Spraypainted directions point the way for Republican voters at the Shriners Temple in Anchorage, Alaska.

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Sister Grace Anne Wills cheers as former Senator Rick Santorum is named the winner in the Tennessee primary at Santorum's Super Tuesday primary election night rally in Steubenville, Ohio.

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Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich and his wife Callista wave after Gingrich is declared the winner of the Georgia Republican primary during an election night rally at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel on March 6 in Atlanta.

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Supporters of Newt Gingrich cheer during a rally as FOX news projects Gingrich winning the Georgia Republican primary on Tuesday night in Atlanta, Ga. Gingrich hoping a big win in his home state of Georgia on Super Tuesday, could serve as a launchpad for a southern sweep that could get him right back into the Republican presidential race.

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Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul, takes in the applause of the crowd as he address a crowd during the North Dakota caucus in Fargo, N.D.

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Voters fill out their ballots at a polling station in Steubenville, Ohio.

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Bradley Williams, 3, leans over to take a look as his dad, Doug, casts his vote during Super Tuesday at the Spalding Drive Elementary School in Sandy Springs, Ga.

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Election worker Nicole Smith signs in voter Joan Moore before she casts her ballot at the Boy Scouts of America office in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A sign wards off campaigning outside Midvale Elementary School in Tucker, Georgia.

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Mark Kraft signs in before voting on Super Tuesday at a polling station at Riverside Elementary School in Dublin, Ohio.

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Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and his wife Ann prepare to cast their ballots during Super Tuesday in Belmont, Mass.

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Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich speaks at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center on Tuesday in Huntsville, Ala.

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Dana Tepper votes as her daughter Sally, 12, watches at Eakin Elementary School in Nashville, Tenn. Tennessee has 55 delegates up for grabs in the Republican presidential primary, third most among the 10 Super Tuesday states.

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A woman casts her vote at Midvale Elementary in Tucker, Georgia. Georgia has the most delegates at stake in the Republican presidential primary as voters in 10 states cast their ballots on Super Tuesday.

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Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney addresses the American Israel Policy Affairs Committee's annual policy conference via a satellite link at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. Romney took time out of campaigning on Super Tuesday to address AIPAC, one of the most prominent organizations lobbying the United States government on behalf of Israel.

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Polling station worker Richard Black reads the sports section on Super Tuesday in Roanoke, Virginia. Only Mitt Romney and Ron Paul fulfilled the requirements to get on the ballot in Virginia, but ten states are holding primaries or caucuses including the biggest prize Ohio, where the most delegates are up for grabs.

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Republican presidential candidate and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum speaks befoe the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), in Washington.

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Poll workers check paperwork while voters cast their ballots at a polling station setup at the Pemberville Public Library in Ohio.

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Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul makes his entrance into a rally in Nampa, Idaho.

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