Mitt Romney's resounding win in Florida, his biggest yet on the campaign trail, gives him momentum heading into contests in Nevada and Colorado. Reuters' Andy Sullivan says Newt Gingrich's next chance for a primary victory may not come until Super Tuesday in March.
Mitt Romney cruising to victory in Florida he's clearly regain the front runner status -- Newt Gingrich and things are looking good for him in the weeks ahead. He's favored to win in Nevada on Saturday he'll probably do really well because that's that -- that. Gingrich is gonna have to hang on until Super Tuesday in March 6 in the doing and if you southern states and still stay viable. But here's the interesting thing Gingrich vows he's gonna stay in the nominating race until August. We are -- to contest every place that we are going to win. At his rallies and I supporters are waving signs that said 46 days ago. They rightly point out that only a handful of states that -- so far and only a handful of delegates have been handed out. Gingrich resigned from congress and disgrace. Romney here his allies launched volleys and volleys of negative advertising taking action Gingrich responded with harsher attacks on Romney. He's -- Massachusetts moderate I was on the Massachusetts liberal. And he's increasingly appealing to the grassroots to reject the big money if Romney's campaign. Senior Republican officials worry that long drawn out primary could be bad for the party and lead to a weakened candidate well. But a lot of strategists I talk to say that this is actually good thing is it'll toughen up the eventual nominee for the inevitable showdown against Obama. For Reuters I -- Andy Sullivan.