For What It's Worth, Romney Takes Nebraska Primary
Belmont resident coming closer to nomination to take on President Obama in November.
With the road unencumbered with opponents, Belmont's Mitt Romney drove through Nebraska and Oregon to win the state's Republican presidential primary Tuesday by more than 60 percentage points over his closest challengers.
Romney did not campaign in the states other than a rally last week in Omaha and did not issue any comments on winning, according to Politico. In fact, the big news in Nebraska was the upset win by part-time cow poke and State Sen. Deb Fischer to become the Republican candidate for US Senate.