Tuesday, March 06, 2012

Fox News coverage of Super Tuesday returns; Bolling, McDonnell congratulate Romney

Update: Bill Bolling, Virginia coordinator for Team Romney, commented about Romney's win in Virginina:
RICHMOND – Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling released the following statement on the results of the 2012 Virginia Republican Presidential Primary election:
“Needless to say, we are delighted with the results of tonight’s election, and we thank Republican voters from all across our state for turning out to give their support to Governor Mitt Romney.

"Virginians know that the most important issue facing our country today is economic growth, and they know that Mitt Romney is the only candidate for President who has put forth a detailed and workable plan to create jobs, bring down the national debt and reduce government spending. In addition, Virginia Republicans know that Mitt Romney is the only candidate who can defeat President Obama in November. Now is the time for Republicans to rally behind Governor Romney’s candidacy and come together in support of a united vision for our country. I am confident that Governor Romney will be the nominee of the Republican Party for President, and I look forward to campaigning with him in Virginia between now and Election day.”
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Update #2:Governor Bob McDonnell released a statement about tonight's Romney win in the Commonwealth:
"With today's victory in Virginia, Mitt Romney has again demonstrated that his bold and conservative plan to get spending under control, make government smaller and more efficient, and help the private sector create good paying jobs is resonating all across America. He is winning primaries in every region of this country, from New Hampshire to Nevada, and today Governor Romney has added the Commonwealth of Virginia to the list. Voters know that Mitt Romney is a strong, principled, results-oriented conservative who will bring people together to get our economy back on track and Americans back to work. He is a leader. Mitt Romney has experience in both the private and the public sectors in providing the type of positive leadership that we desperately need in Washington. I look forward to doing all I can to help ensure that Mitt Romney is elected President this November, and we bring opportunity back to America."
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Fox News invites all to their Super Tuesday coverage.

The remaining GOP candidates duke it out for over 400 delegates up for grabs across 10 states as primary voters head to the polls. Stay tuned to America's Election Headquarters, starting at 8p ET on Fox News Channel, for up-to-the-minute results and analysis.

Fox News has already called Virginia and Vermont for Mitt Romney.

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