Mitt Romney Wins Florida's Republican Primary Battle Against Gingrich, Highlight Hollywood Political News

Governor Mitt Romney has defeated Newt Gingrich in the Florida Republican Primary battle tonight, and Gingrich is headed to Nevada hoping to stave off Romney’s next win, which Highlight Hollywood predicts will be Romney’s again. After a barrage of negative attack ads by Gingrich in Florida against Mr. Romney, the voters decided that they wanted to support the man who has spoken of a plan to help save the nation, and against the man, who has a plan to vilify and malign his morally superior competitor. Michael Reagan left Southern California to offer his support of Gingrich, who is aligned with the extreme right wing one moment and then bashing them the next; but if anything proved this race is about the future of America, not that of a former Republican president, was that the voters of Florida chose the best candidate in their opinion not right-wing political propaganda that has been the Republican mantra for the past three years in politics in America.Romney’s very impressive win comes ten days after Newt Gingrich’s win in South Carolina. With more than 3,000 of 6,796 precincts reporting, Romney had 48 percent of the vote, followed by 31 percent for Gingrich, 13 percent for Rick Santorum and 7 percent for Ron Paul. Mr. Romney is expected to widen his margin of win even more in the next few hours as poll tallies continue to come in.

Mitt Romney’s beautiful wife Ann Romney, a breast cancer survivor introduced her husband on stage soon after CNN, NBC, CBS and ABC News all projected Romney as the state’s winner. Romney’s speech in Tampa is a harbinger of what will be a wonderful speech in June, when he arrives back in Tampa to hopefully accept his party’s nomination. A Romney aide tells Highlight Hollywood, “We came into this ten days ago believing it would be a closer race than it turned out to be. We are very grateful that Floridians believed our candidate over the harsh rhetoric the Gingrich campaign took here.”

Neither Santorum nor Paul seriously contested the Sunshine State, a winner-take-all contest whose 50 delegates will go entirely to Romney.

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Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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