Early voting in the state primary election begins a week from Saturday in Harford County, and Patch wants to know who would win if Harford's were the only votes counted.
In the wake of Super Tuesday last week and notable Southern primaries this week, four candidates remain in the running to become the next Republican candidate for president.
Rick Santorum beat Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich by a narrow margin in both Alabama and Mississippi on Tuesday, a win Fox News says will keep the race alive for some time.
"Rick Santorum ensured that the Republican nominating battle will drag on, possibly into the spring and beyond, after pulling off a pair of victories in the Deep South on Tuesday-as the presidential primary race passes the midway mark," according to the story on foxnews.com.
Romney won Hawaii caucuses and the caucus in U.S. territory American Samoa.
According to the same Fox News story, Maryland is among the states that Gingrich feels he has a chance to win.
Ron Paul remains a distant fourth in the race.
Check out this table on Huffington Post for up to date electoral vote counts for each candidate.
What Patch really wants to know, though, is who Harford County would choose if the decision were up to us.
Vote in the poll, tell us why in the comments, and be sure to get out and vote in the election!
Early voting takes place in Harford County from March 24-29 at the , located at 525 W. MacPhail Road. Polls will be open from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. except on Sunday, when polls will be open from 12 p.m. until 6 p.m.
The 2012 Presidential Primary Election will take place Tuesday, April 3, with polls open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.
"Maryland Election Law allows only registered voters affiliated with the Democratic or Republican political parties to vote in the Presidential Primary Election," states the Harford County Board of Election website.