What It Means
If Romney does win, it means a knock-down drag-out fight for the nomination. A lot will be made of the low turnout, which bodes ill for the Republicans no matter whom the nominee is. Some pundits will now write McCain off, but he will certainly have a very strong second, a silver as Mitt would put it, in his opponent's home state. It certainly is not what the McCain camp wanted; a win here would just about have sealed the deal. But I still like his chances.
Labels: 2008 Candidates, John McCain, Mitt Romney