Republican won, the most likely candidate to contest the U.S. presidential election, won an easy victory in the primaries in the state of Nevada, defeating the three remaining rivals to govern his grip on the nomination race in the Republican Party.
With support from a variety of Romney won the Republican lead over former House Speaker and Representative and former Senator Rick Santorum.
It was this victory for the second win in a row achieved by Romney and the third in five races he fought to find a Republican candidate to face President Barack Obama in the general election in November. This leads Romney to win the following races in Minnesota, Colorado and Missouri on Tuesday in a growing wave of momentum.
Gingrich said at a news conference after the announcement of the results to rebut any allegations about the possibility of early termination of his campaign "will not withdraw." He pledged again through all the ways to get to the Republican nomination in Florida in August. He said "In fact I am satisfied to some degree what we got him."
Romney, a former governor of Massachusetts on the Nevada race early after regained its position as the favorite to win convincingly Gingrich in Florida on Tuesday.
Benefited from a comparative advantage in the field of money and organization in Nevada that had happened to the 51 percent of the vote during his failed run for president in 2008.