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Super Tuesday College Reactions: Does Massachusetts Still Love Mitt Romney?

03/06/2012 08:47 am ET | Updated May 06, 2012

BOSTON — The day Mitt Romney left office as governor of Massachusetts, Jordin Sparks was two weeks away from making her debut on "American Idol," Martin Scorsese's "The Departed" — set in his home state — was about to win the Best Picture Oscar, and first-time voters in this year's Super Tuesday primary were only 13 years old.
Romney was the 70th governor of Massachusetts, serving one term (2003-07), but do the residents of this state still have a crush on their former leader? Do young voters even know who he is? We'll find out on Super Tuesday as MTV News hits the streets of Boston, voters here cast their ballots for the GOP presidential nominee, and Romney returns home to deliver what he hopes will be a major victory speech.

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