Super Tuesday: What It Could Mean for Your Wallet

Dari FitzGerald, The Motley Fool
Super Tuesday
Super Tuesday

There are more than 400 delegates up for grabs across 10 states in today's Republican presidential primaries. The states voting today are Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont, and Virginia.

As the votes are counted for all of Super Tuesday's contests, we put together an infographic outlining the business and money policy positions of the two GOP frontrunners, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum:

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