All Eyes on Ohio

NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 4: A woman leaves a voting booth on Election Day November 4, 2003 in New York City. Voters in New York City answered five ballot questions to amend the city charter and the state constitution, including whether to institute nonpartisan elections. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Super Tuesday is here and it's time to take the temperature in one of the most hotly contested and maybe the most important state today, Ohio. A CNN/ORC poll released Monday had Romney and Santorum tied at 32 percent among likely Republican voters; Public Policy Polling pegged Romney a one-point winner with 37 percent to Santorum's 36 percent; Quinnipiac found Romney with a three-point advantage in its Monday poll; and Nate Silver's meta-poll, based on samples from Sunday and earlier, gives Romney a two-point advantage, or a 65 percent chance of winning. Ohio polls close at 7:30 p.m. but let's not forget Alaska voters today, who will be performing the same civic duty but with the burden of record-breaking snowfall. Come for the caucus, stay for the snow angel.