Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, won both the Michigan and Arizona primaries yesterday giving his campaign momentum heading into Super Tuesday.

Romney narrowly beat challenger Rick Santorum in his home state of Michigan. According to Fox News, Romney won handily in Arizona. With 100 percent of the precincts reporting their, Romney was leading Santorum 47-27 percent. He will take all 29 delegates there, but here in Michigan he will end up sharing the delegates. Romney received 41 percent of the vote here. Santorum got 38 percent.

In next weeks Super Tuesday contest, 10 states are up for grabs and a total of 419 delegates.