The latest polls on the race in the Wolverine State signaled the contest was headed for a photo finish. HuffPost's Mark Blumenthal reports:
The final round of polls in Michigan has yielded one of the closest forecasts yet for the 2012 Republican primaries. Collectively, they give Mitt Romney a laser-thin margin over Rick Santorum, one that falls well within the real-world margin of error for a primary election. Either candidate could come out on top of Michigan's popular vote tonight.
In the Michigan contest, 30 delegates are at stake.
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