As expected, Mitt Romney won the Florida GOP Primary contest, and gave a winning speech filled with calls for party unity - and a crowd who didn't quite seem to have their heart completely invested in Mitt. In his victory speech, Romney continued his recent theme of attacks - this time aiming his comments heavily at President Obama.
Also unsurprisingly, Newt Gingrich came in second, winning the panhandle and Northern areas of Florida, and declaring that the race was now a two person race. Women abandoned Gingrich in droves, apparently not liking the angry 'Old Testament' Newt - which didn't seem to phase him at all. Not only did Newt commit to continue his bruising style, but - surprisingly - he refused to call Mitt Romney and congratulate the Florida winner.
Rick Santorum - who was already in Nevada - bemoaned the negative tenor of the campaign so far - and updated the crowd on the improving condition of his ill daughter.
Ron Paul, who was also in Nevada, displayed more class than the crowd around him, congratulating Mitt Romney on his win right from the start. Paul also made it clear: the road he sees to the nomination goes through the caucus states, and will only be counted through delegates.