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Tuesday is nearly upon us bringing over 400 delegates up for grabs in the GOP race for the nomination. A total of ten states will cast ballots on Tuesday which will have a massive impact on the trajectory of the race. Below you will find a break down of each Super Tuesday state and the voting details. See the full 2012 Primary Calendar for more details including delegate numbers for each state.

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Super Tuesday 2012: Tuesday, March 6

Alaska: Caucus time from 4pm – 8pm AT (8pm – 12am ET)
Type: Caucus, closed only to GOP voters – Details from Alaska GOP
Candidates on ballot: Romney, Gingrich, Paul, Santorum
Campaigning: Ron Paul is actively campaigning in the state visiting several major cities on Monday prior to the Super Tuesday vote. Mitt Romney has won the endorsement of some establishment GOP officials.
Georgia: Polls open 7am – 7pm ET
Type: Primary, Open to all registered voters – Details from Georgia SOS
Candidates on ballot: Bachmann, Gingrich, Huntsman, Johnson, Paul, Perry, Roemer, Romney, Santorum
Campaigning: Newt Gingrich has been heavily campaigning in Georgia calling it a “must-win” for his campaign since it is his home state and would reinforce his Southern strategy. Rick Santorum is also hoping to do well here.
Idaho: Caucuses open various times, check Idaho caucus information
Type: Caucus, closed only to GOP voters – Details from Idaho GOP
Candidates on ballot: Paul, Romney, Santorum, Gingrich, Roemer
Campaigning: Each of the four major campaigns have made stops in Idaho. Ron Paul will be hitting Idaho hard in the hopes he can squeeze out a victory given the states closed caucus format.
Massachusetts: Polls open 7am to 8pm ET (Some precincts may be open as early as 5:45am ET)
Type: Primary, Open to all registered voters – Details from Massachusetts Elections
Candidates on ballot: Paul, Romney, Perry, Santorum, Huntsman, Bachmann, Gingrich
Campaigning: No candidates have campaigned much in Massachusetts given it is the state which Mitt Romney governed a number of years. It is expected Romney will carry the state.
North Dakota: Caucus from 5:30pm to 8pm CT (6:30pm to 9pm ET)
Type: Caucus, open to anyone who registers to caucus and is eligible to vote – Details from North Dakota GOP
Candidates on ballot: Romney, Paul, Santorum, Gingrich
Campaigning: Ron Paul has visited North Dakota and will do so again on Tuesday and is hoping to do well in this caucus format.
Ohio: Polls open from 6:30am to 7:30pm ET
Type: Primary, closed to GOP voters – Details from Ohio SOS
Candidates on ballot: Gingrich, Huntsman, Paul, Perry, Romney, Santorum
Campaigning: Ohio is a hotly contested primary for each of the GOP candidates. Rick Santorum is spending considerable time in the state as is Mitt Romney. Both are claiming a victory in Ohio would help their path to the nomination.
Oklahoma: Polls open from 7am to 7pm CT (8am to 8pm ET)
Type: Primary, closed to GOP voters – Details from Oklahoma Elections
Candidates on ballot: Paul, Perry, Romney, Gingrich, Santorum, Bachmann, Huntsman
Campaigning: Santorum and Gingrich are hoping to oust Romney in Oklahoma but this state could tip either way. Several candidates have been campaigning here.
Tennessee: Polls open from 8am to 7pm CT and from 8am to 8pm ET depending on precinct time zone
Type: Primary, Open to all registered voters – Details from Tennessee SOS
Candidates on ballot: All major candidates on the ballot
Campaigning: Polls show Romney and Santorum are essentially tied in this state, it could go either way.
Vermont: Polls open from 6am to 7pm ET, some open as easly as 5am or as late as 10am ET
Type: Primary, Open to all registered voters – Details from Vermont SOS
Candidates on ballot: Gingrich, Huntsman, Paul, Perry, Romney, Santorum
Campaigning: Vermont has not seen much active campaigning, it is expected to go for Romney given the proximity to New Hampshire and Massachusetts
Virginia: Polls open from 7am to 7pm ET
Type: Primary, Open to all registered voters – Details from Virginia SOS
Candidates on ballot: Romney, Paul
Campaigning: Due to Virginia election law, only Mitt Romney and Ron Paul qualified to be on the ballot. See this report on the ballot situation. No write-ins are allowed in Virginia primaries.

All poll times are approximate, you must check with your local election officials for exact poll and caucus times in your county or district. These times and information are gathered from various sources including news articles, state agencies and informational websites. There is no guarantee all the above information is 100% accurate. Check with your local election officials to confirm.

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Nate Ashworth is the Founder and Senior Editor of Election Central. He's been blogging elections and politics for almost a decade. He started covering the 2008 Presidential Election which turned into a full-time political blog in 2012 and 2016.

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