It’s caucus day in Minnesota. Not a big deal to the frontrunners:
Romney, for his part, made just one visit to Minnesota and canceled a visit on Monday.
He said in an interview on the Scott Hennen Show that Minnesota's contest wasn't his focus.
"We have not participated in the straws polls and beauty contests as much as some of the other guys have, but we’re working very hard to get support and put those delegates together," Romney said.
Gingrich has the newest and least organized presence in Minnesota. He made a last minute stop in the state on Monday, telling several hundred supporters that he would bring "real change on a large scale" to the country.
Who would have thought Rick Santorum and Ron Paul were in a “beauty contest”. The field has already conceded “Most Handsome” to Mitt and his executive hair.
And maybe Gingrich is still mad about Michele Bachmann’s “Newt Romney” barb. Or maybe he’s just not as competent as he thinks he is.
The northern tier of flyover country might just vote for real change anyway, against the Bi-factional Bankster Party:
If Paul manages to capture a first place win in Minnesota, it will be his first state win. Even though the Tuesday night vote is non-binding, that could give national observers pause as he continues on.
Santorum is ahead in the local polls going in. It’s anybody’s game.