The race for Ohio’s 66 delegates is playing out all across the state, with Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum aggressively chasing voters in every corner of Ohio.

The two are locked in a neck-and-neck battle for the Buckeye State — one of the most important Republican presidnetial battlegrounds on Super Tuesday — according to the latest polls, and whoever wins will gain substantial momentum heading into a crucial phase of the race.

Santorum is expected to do best in the south and western parts of the state, outside of Cincinnati, while Romney thinks he’ll have a strong showing outside of Cleveland in northeastern Ohio and in suburban Columbus in the central part of the state.

Santorum’s campaign is taking a wide view of the state, a campaign spokeswoman said, arguing that the campaign is not “micro-targeting specific areas” but rather focusing on all of Ohio.

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