Romney, Santorum to split Michigan’s delegates

As a result, Romney wins 21 delegates from the congressional district results, according to results posted by the Michigan Republican Party,
but only 14 of those delegates will be allowed to vote at the national
convention because the state broke national GOP rules by moving its
primary before the Super Tuesday contests next week.

Santorum wins 18 delegates from the congressional districts, but only 12
of those people will be able to vote at the national convention. 

Detroit Free Press

California: Congressman David Dreier Retiring

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Veteran Rep. David Dreier, one of California’s most influential
Republicans in Congress, announced Wednesday that he won’t be running
for reelection, perhaps the biggest casualty of the state’s first-ever
citizens-drawn political map, which cast him into a politically
inhospitable district.
Dreier is the sixth California House member to announce his
retirement when his term expires, further shaking up a delegation that
has built up clout on Capitol Hill because of its stability over the
years.

LA Times

Santorum & Romney Lead Obama in Swing States

•Former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum tops Obama 50%-45% in the swing states. Nationwide, Santorum’s lead narrows to 49%-46%.
•Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney edges Obama 48%-46% in the swing states. Nationwide, they are tied at 47% each.

USA Today via Campaign Spot

2 pts Seperate Santorum & Romney in Michigan

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Republican
Primary Voters in Michigan, taken Sunday night, finds Romney with 38%
support to Santorum’s 36%. Texas Congressman Ron Paul and former House
Speaker Newt Gingrich remain far behind with 11% and 10% of the vote
respectively. One percent (1%) likes another candidate in the race, and
five percent (5%) remains undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.) 

Rasmussen Reports

Republicans Increase Generic Congressional Ballot Lead Over Democrats

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A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 43% of
Likely U.S. Voters would vote for the Republican in their district’s
congressional race if the election were held today, while 39% would
choose the Democrat instead. Last week, the Republican led by just one point. 

Rasmussen Reports