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In the next round, Romney needs some big wins

By Alan Wirzbicki, Globe Correspondent and Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / February 6, 2008

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WASHINGTON - If Mitt Romney hopes to beat John McCain for the Republican presidential nomination, he need some wins by overwhelming margins because delegates are awarded in upcoming contests on a more proportional basis, analysts said yesterday. He would also probably need Mike Huckabee, who has drawn heavily among evangelical voters, to drop out of the contest. (Full article: 612 words)

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