About eight months away from the general election, the race to become the GOP's presidential nominee is still chugging along.
Today's cluster of primary elections and caucuses includes 10 states, with most eyes on Ohio, Georgia and Tennessee. It's called Super Tuesday because it's the largest all-in-one-day race this primary season.
But here at Patch, we're much more concerned about who Perry Hall would vote for.
In a , readers awarded Mitt Romney, former Massachusetts governor, first place, followed by Rep. Ron Paul. But have tastes changed since then?
Whether you're a Democrat, Republican or Independent, take our poll to choose your favorite GOP candidate and tell us about your choice in the comments (and be sure to cast an actual ballot during Maryland's primary election on April 3).
Editor's Note: Current President Barack Obama has been left off of the poll because he is uncontested in the Democratic primary race.