Rick Santorum claims victory in North Dakota on Super Tuesday

Ron Paul made a last-minute pitch in Fargo but failed to capture what he hoped might be his first win in the primary race. The Fargo Forum Santorum won all but 11 of the state's 47 districts and captured 39.7 percent of the statewide vote.
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Ron Paul made a last-minute pitch in Fargo but failed to capture what he hoped might be his first win in the primary race. The Fargo Forum Santorum won all but 11 of the state's 47 districts and captured 39.7 percent of the statewide vote.

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