WASHINGTON D.C. -- Confident and relieved after victories in Arizona and Michigan, Mitt Romney is back on the campaign trail talking jobs and the economy to voters in Ohio.
But Rick Santorum says he's pleased with how he did in Romney's home state.
"We had a much better night in Michigan than maybe first reported," Santorum told supporters Wednesday. "Were going to walk out of Michigan with 15 delegates and he's going to walk out of Michigan with 15 delegates"
Newt Gingrich is still appealing to voters.
He believes a victory in his home state of Georgia will be a key building block to move his campaign forward.
Romney is hoping his latest victories will give him the momentum for Super Tuesday, but experts say nothing is certain yet.
"He has an opportunity to really close down the deal, if you will, but he still has that little problem with the base -- the activist, hard-charging, Republican conservative who is looking from him something that tells them that he's one of them," says former RNC chairman and current MSNBC political analyst Michael Steele.
419 delegates are up for grabs on Super Tuesday.