Santorum wins Missouri, one of 3 Republican contests

By REUTERS
February 8, 2012 05:08

 
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WASHINGTON - Former US senator Rick Santorum defeated front-runner Mitt Romney in the non-binding Republican US presidential primary in Missouri, one of three states holding presidential nominating contests on Tuesday.

Santorum had about 55 percent of the vote while Romney - who has won three of the first five nominating contests - was in second with 25 percent, with 45 percent of the vote counted, according to the Missouri secretary of state's website.

Networks projected Santorum as the winner.

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