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Kansas GOP chairwoman Amanda Adkins said today that GOP front-runner Mitt Romney "apparently" has decided to skip Kansas ahead of the state's presidential caucuses on Saturday.
While Rick Santorum and Ron Paul have made, or will be making, stops here, Romney has other plans.
Today his camp announced that he'll spend Friday in Saipan in the western Pacific Ocean followed by a Saturday visit to Guam where he'll attend a "meet and greet" with caucus-goers.
Close followers of the GOP primary schedule will note that Guam holds its presidential caucuses on Saturday, too.
Guam will award nine delegates Saturday compared to Kansas' 40.
Romney isn't the only GOPer bagging Kansas. Newt Gingrich announced Wednesday that he'd canceled an ambitious series of stops in Kansas that included a Big 12 tourney viewing party in Johnson County Friday night.
Ron is coming. I don't think he'll be at my local polling place, he'll be in the next county south, where the uppety suburbs are. Is it worth it to go to a caucus?
Santorum will win Kansas, Paul second.
Santorum will win Kansas
Kansas is the exact demographic Santorum goes after. God and Guns people. I think Romney is just cutting his losses...he knows that Kansas people aren't going to take to the slick East Coast Romney. And Ron Paul...well...he'll lose...but will claim he won