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CNN) -- Mitt Romney hit his party's "magic number" on Tuesday, unofficially clinching the Republican presidential nomination in a race he entered as the front-runner and has had to himself for weeks.
Earlier this month, Rep. Ron Paul of Texas said he would no longer actively campaign for the Republican nomination, effectively ending his third run for the Oval Office with 122 delegates.
When Santorum, Paul and others were still in the race, talk of a contested convention swirled and it seemed to some a realistic possibility that Romney might not reach the magic number before the last state voted in June.
Originally posted by Shadowalker
mittens has assumed he has enough with state binding.
Buuuutt There are no bound delegates. Paul has an equal chance going in still.
So no mittens yet.
posted on 30-5-2012 @ 02:43
I don't care, I'm still voting Ron Paul, and Yes I am a Republican.