Concord Voters Choose Romney on Super Tuesday
Mitt Romney picked up 1,364 votes in town.
Concord voters have decided that Mitt Romney is the most suitable Republican candidate, according to poll numbers released by the Boston Globe Tuesday night.
With all five precincts in Concord reporting numbers, Romney picked up 1,364 votes. Romney’s closest competition was Ron Paul, who finished with 157 votes.
Rick Santorum was not far behind Paul with 144. Newt Gingrich, meanwhile, secured 41 votes, the Globe reported.
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