"This is not the first time you've given me your vote of confidence, and this time I'm going to take it to the White House!"
With cheers and roars of approval from the overflow crowd in Las Vegas, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney began his speech after overwhelmingly winning the Nevada primary on Saturday. With returns still coming in, he was winning by double digits over the next closest competitor.
CNN exit polls showed Romney won 48% of the "white evangelicals," 53% of Catholics, 60% of all Protestants, 51% of "very conservative," 56% of all conservatives, 51% of the tea party, 74% of "can defeat Obama," and 61% of Republicans in a four-man race.
Now it's on to Colorado where polls have him leading over Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, and Ron Paul.