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Aren't right that are rich -- what's at stake in Michigan tonight bridge.
Nearly it is important simply because he was born here he was raised here his father was governors here and you never want to lose your home state -- that type -- fashion and he faces headwinds here.
Especially from Democrats who want to see him lose his home state fact we ran into a -- about ten minutes goes walking by here -- is I've voted sticker.
I asked him -- he cast his vote for.
He said Ron Paul and he and his friends -- of folks to vote for Rick Santorum Ron Paul all week.
I asked him -- we wanted to be president in January.
He said Barack Obama you look at some of the exit polling right now it very much shows that affect deal.
A sizable chunk of voters who identify themselves as Democrats they are allowed to vote in this primary.
Say that they voted not because they support Rick Santorum Ron Paul or not Mitt Romney because they -- to skewed the outcome.
Also some of the exit polling we're seeing -- strong results for Rick Santorum for those who work.
Who identify themselves as Tea Party members and who support strong moral character for Mitt Romney.
The reasons people -- they voted for him they can beat President Obama.
And his experience polls close at 8 o'clock but there is a small chunk of the state that is in the central time zones from 9 o'clock eastern.
Is when we hope that we couldn't possibly tell you -- we're not sure though that all depends on what the voting slight but polls close here at 8 or 9 o'clock.
Depending on which -- and talked about deal ore -- thank you very much will be going to throughout the night obviously when our special coverage continues tonight.
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