Super Tuesday on Oregon Primary

, Written by Travis Koch, Posted: Tue, March 6 2012 at 6:13 PM, Updated: Wed, March 7 2012 at 12:23 AM

The Oregon Presidential Primary is not until May when, historically, the GOP nominee has already been chosen. Will It be different this year?

 

(as of 6:30pm)

If there's no clear winner following this Super Tuesday, which seems to be the case in the Ohio polls tonight, GOP candidates could bring their campaigns to Oregon. That would not only be a change for Oregon voters but it could tip the scales on who takes the final ticket to the General Election in November. The race is close according to poll results. Mitt Romney is declared the winner in Virginia, Vermont and Massachusetts. Rick Santorum is declared the winner in Oklahoma and Tennessee followed by Gingrich in Georgia and Paul who was in Alaska with no wins so far. Six wins including a win in the state of Ohio would make Mitt Romney the GOP Presidential nominee.

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Travis Koch

News at Sunrise Co-Anchor Travis Koch started his career as a filmmaker. He wrote and directed documentaries about traveling and extreme sports.

Among his many life experiences, he was a dog musher in Alaska and a baker in Minnesota. Travis began his career at NBC5 News as a weekend photographer and has continued to follow his dreams in television broadcasting and multimedia.

Catch Travis co-anchoring with Jennifer Elliott weekdays on NBC 5 News at Sunrise starting at 5:30am.

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