So, whose SuperPac got really dissed? Well Colbert and a dropout topped one, with results for Bachmann's SuperPAC (if any) not known to me:
|This link. SuperPAC figures on right side of the pie.|
Four going onward. Florida Frontrunner bragging rights determined later today.
While Florida votes, reporting has moved on, e.g., CNN, here:
Nevada, which awards delegates proportionally, holds its Republican caucuses in just five days, on February 4.
Michigan votes on February 28. Statewide delegates there are awarded proportionally, and congressional district delegates are winner-take-all.
Romney won both Nevada and Michigan during his 2008 primary effort, and his campaign has been laying political groundwork in both for more than a year.
The two states remain bright spots for Romney as the race shifts to a national phase after Tuesday's Florida primary.
Michigan is central to Romney’s political biography: he was born in Detroit and his father served as governor from 1963 until 1969.
And in Nevada, roughly a quarter of Republican caucus goers in 2008 were self-identified Mormons - and most of them backed Romney in that contest.
Gingrich himself highlighted the Mormon factor after a campaign event Monday in Orlando.
"Nevada's tricky because of the Mormon influence, but we have a shot at it,” Gingrich said.
Still, Gingrich added that he will "absolutely" campaign in Nevada, where Ron Paul is also aggressively organizing.
Hammond, the Gingrich spokesman, claimed that Arizona is perhaps the most favorable battleground, in part because it’s “a strong tea party state” that will be receptive to the candidate’s grassroots-oriented message.