No. 118 (essentialsaltes) wrote,
No. 118


The appeals court decision on prop 8 helped to squirt Santorum into prominence.

One of the states was Colorado, and the legal decision made a great deal of reference to Romer v Evans, which resulted from Colorado's Amendment 2. Then again Colorado was his narrowest margin of victory 40/35 over Romney.

Also interesting that no delegates were on the line. MN and CO were caucus-y things, and the MO primary was scheduled too early to count, according to the party's ruleses.
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