The next stop on TNR's Super Tuesday Primer is the lovely state of West Virginia:

"West Virginia may not be the most eagerly anticipated Super Tuesday state, but it promises to keep things interesting with one of the earliest and least predictable votes. The new GOP convention/primary format comes with a dizzying number of rules and makes it difficult to tell who is actually in the lead. Romney seems to have the most support, but 48 percent of delegates remain undecided, so the state is “still up for grabs” among the candidates, says Lynn Staton, associate chairman of the state Republican Party..."

Click here for your complete Super Tuesday rundown for West Virginia. Check out our Super Tuesday Primer for analysis of new states every day leading up to February 5.

--The Editors