Ohio voters split over Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum on Super Tuesday

Voters cast their ballot for the Republican presidential primary, Tuesday, March 6, 2012, in Steubenville, Ohio. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Sam Selvage said Tuesday he doesn’t understand why his fellow Republicans can’t settle on Mitt Romney at their presidential candidate.

“I think Romney is our guy,” Selvage said after casting his ballot for the former Massachusetts governor who is in the closest of races in this key Super Tuesday state today with Rick Santorum.

The outcome of the vote in the Buckeye State could determine whether the party rallies around Romney, long viewed as the front-runner, or continues to search for an alternative.

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