1) With Santorum gone and Romney all but officially the Republican nominee, but Gingrich staying in, does Romney win every remaining contest, or may Gingrich beat him in some southern contests? If so, where?
2) There is no argument that Rick Santorum has significantly improved his image during this campaign. What is his future in the party?
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