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OKLAHOMA CITY — Rick Santorum came out a winner in Oklahoma Super Tuesday. Santorum secured 33 percent of the vote beating Mitt Romney who only got 28 percent of the votes. Newt Gingrich came in third with 27 percent and Ron Paul finished with just 10 percent.

Santorum made Oklahoma a priority, stopping in the state twice before the primary. 

The former Pennsylvania Senator also won the Tennessee primary and the North Dakota caucus. 

“We’re going to win few. We’re going to lose a few. But as it looks right now, we’re going to get a couple of gold medals and a whole passel of silver,” Santorum told supporter in Ohio Tuesday night.

In the 10 states voting in the primary Tuesday, 419 delegates were at stake. 

President Obama overwhelmingly won the Democratic primary in Oklahoma.