My wrap for Plum Line is up. I did it earlier in the evening, before Romney took Ohio (and Alaska), but the conclusion doesn't change now that Mitt Romney won those; it's a very good night for Mitt, even if it's not the close-to-sweep he might have hoped for.
My state-by-state predictions worked out okay, I guess. I missed two -- North Dakota and Oklahoma, which both went to Rick Santorum when I had pegged them for Romney.
I'm continuing to track Newt's futile campaign, and he had a terrible night. Outside of winning in Georgia, he not only failed to threaten elsewhere, but he couldn't even grab a second place finish. In the other nine states, he posted three thirds and five fourths, plus the failure to qualify in Virginia. That's awful! Amazingly, some people actually bought Newt's spin. Including, embarrassingly enough, Trip Gabriel in the NYT.
Anyway, I'm sure I'll have more in the morning, but that'll have to do it for now. The headline is that Romney has had it won for weeks now, and tonight was another solid step forward for him.