GEORGIA: The biggest pro-Romney SuperPAC is up on the air in Gingrich's home state, writes the Atlanta Journal Constitution. "The first flight of primary campaign commercials stations have anticipated for weeks hits the air today on four Atlanta TV stations and across the state as the Super PAC supporting Mitt Romney, Restore Our Future, has bought about $100,000 worth of air time through next Tuesday ... "strategists are still trying to figure out if it means former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich is in for a fight in his old home state on the scale of South Carolina and Florida -- where campaigns and Super PACs spent $30 million on primary advertising, most of it attack ads – and whether the Super PAC that has largely fueled his primary run, Winning Our Future, will strike back, and when."
MAINE: “Pressure is mounting on the Maine Republican Party to reconsider its weekend declaration that Mitt Romney won the state’s caucuses, at least until all votes have been counted,” the Bangor Daily News reports, adding, “[A] review of the town-by-town results released Saturday by the Maine GOP suggests that some communities that had caucused prior to Feb. 11 were not counted. Nearly all Waldo County towns held caucuses on Feb. 4 but those towns were blank in the results released by the state party. Additionally, Waterville held its caucuses ahead of time but were not included in the results.” In all, some 170 towns and cities didn’t have their votes recorded. Romney beat Paul by less than 200 votes.
TENNESSEE: Early voting starts today in Tennessee, which holds its primary on Super Tuesday, March 6.
TEXAS: "The chances of Texas voters having much influence in the Republican presidential race faded Tuesday after a panel of federal judges acknowledged the state’s deep divisions over political maps had made it nearly impossible to preserve an April primary," writes the AP.