POSTED: Monday, March 5, 2012 - 4:04pm
UPDATED: Tuesday, March 6, 2012 - 10:29am
Tomorrow is the biggest day so far in the Republican race for the White House.
Ten states vote on Super Tuesday.
It's a chance for Mitt Romney to prove he can take the nomination and unify Republicans against President Obama.
Romney hopes to do that in one state: Ohio.
"During this campaign there has been discussion about all sorts of issues I keep bringing it back to more jobs, less debt and smaller government," Romney told factory workers in Canton Monday.
That was a swipe at Rick Santorum.
He was in Miamisburg, Ohio talking about jobs but also social issues.
In the latest NBC News - Marist poll the gap has narrowed to just two points, a statistical tie.
Romnney says he's resigned to a longer fight.
"Anyone would love to be coronated, if you will, the nominee of their party. But that doesn't happen," he admitted.
A near sweep tomorrow would be Romney's next best thing.