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WASHINGTON--SuperTuesday votes gave some bragging rights to Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich, though when it comes to what counts--collecting delegates--Romney had a better night, even with a close call in Ohio where Santorum came in closely behind.

SuperTuesday results at-a-glance:

Romney won his home state of Massachusetts and Ohio, Idaho, Vermont, Virginia and Alaska.

Santorum won Oklahoma, Tennessee and North Dakota.

Gingrich won his home state of Georgia.

Paul won nothing.

Delegates needed to win, 1,144: Total to date:

404 Romney

165 Santorum

106 Gingrich

66 Paul

Delegate count source: CNN.com

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