Mitt Romney takes Michigan in the Republican Primary

Mitt Romney took Grand Ledge and ultimately won the republican primary in Michigan on Tuesday. In Grand Ledge, there are four precincts, and Romney took 224 votes, which was enough to beat Rick Santorum, who took 223 votes. Romney, who ultimately took 41% of the overall votes in Michigan, also won the Arizona primary. “We didn’t win by a lot but we won by enough and that’s all that matters,” said Romney during his Michigan victory speech. Santorum came in second with 38% of the vote and kept up a good fight throughout the night.