VIDEO: As voters choose, eyes on Ohio, Georgia in Super Tuesday elections

The Takeaway

A voter looks over his ballot to place a vote at a polling station in Steubenville, Ohio, March 6, 2012. Republicans are holding their "Super Tuesday" presidential primary in 10 states. (Photo by Jim Young/Reuters.)

It's Super Tuesday and voters for choosing Republican presidential candidates in nearly a dozen states.

But perhaps more than any others, Ohio and Georgia and being looked at as bellwethers of just which candidate is going to come out on top over all.

In Ohio, recent polling shows former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney with a narrow lead over former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum. In Georgia, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is on top, but just what portion of the delegates he takes is being closely tracked.

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