Oklahoma GOP Primary:

Oklahoma and Massachusetts Republican primary will be held on Super Tuesday, March 6, along with nine other states. The state has 43 delegates to offer to the Republican National Convention.

The Rasmussen Report poll of likely voters conducted on Feb. 21, 2012, depicts a clear lead for Santorum with 43 percent of votes followed by Gingrich at 22 percent. Romney is in the third place with 18 percent and Paul has 7 percent share, while 10 percent are undecided.

Out of the 43 delegates, three super delegates are unbound by the primary results, while 15 delegates are allotted by the congressional districts. If a candidate gets majority in a district he takes all the three candidates of the district and if no candidate gets majority then delegates are awarded proportionately among the candidates who secure more than 15 percent of the vote.

Same formula applies to another 25 candidates. If any candidate receives a statewide majority, he gets them all, if not will be divided among the candidates who get more than 15 percent.  

Oklahoma voters can look up their voter registration status and other information here.

Unofficial results and live updates of the Oklahoma GOP presidential primary can be found here and results live updates here.

Massachusetts GOP Primary:

Massachusetts Republican primary will be held on Super Tuesday, March 6, along with nine other states.  The state has 41 delegates to offer to the Republican National Convention.

Out of the 41 delegates, three super delegates are unbound by the primary results, while 38 delegates are allotted proportionately among the candidates who secure more than 15 percent of the vote.

Considered as Romney's home ground, the state has 41 delegates and Romney is all set to win a convincing victory here. According to a Suffolk/7News opinion poll, Romney has a massive lead here with 64 percent support, followed by Santorum at 16 percent, Paul at 7 percent and Gingrich in with 6 percent. Around 7 percent of voters have said they are undecided at the moment.

Massachusetts voters can look up their voter registration status and other information here.

Unofficial results and live updates of the Massachusetts GOP presidential primary can be found here.