A Long Road Ahead for Mitt Romney

A Long Road Ahead for Mitt Romney

Has Super Tuesday left Romney’s opponents in a better position to win primary races? 



John Nichols, Washington correspondent for The Nation, appeared on Democracy Now! this morning to discuss grassroots opposition to Citizens United, Representative Dennis Kucinich’s failed re-election bid and the Super Tuesday primary results.

“Nothing was settled last night—far from it,” said Nichols. “In fact, last night actually gave at least a measure of encouragement to both Santorum and Newt Gingrich. Each of them can look down the line into the coming weeks and see states that they can win.”

Erin Schikowski

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