Santorum wins North Dakota caucuses

ADVERTISEMENT
North Dakota didn't receive as much attention as other nine Super Tuesday states. Mitt Romney and Santorum visited the state once, according to The Associated Press.

Ron Paul, on the other hand, visited multiple times, and the state seemed like a good fit for the libertarian Republican, leaning heavily toward independents. Paul, who drew large crowds of Tea Partiers there, decided to spend the evening of Super Tuesday in North Dakota.

The state has a total of 28 delegates, which are awarded at a state convention on a proportional system.