Assignment: Why can't Romney seal the deal?
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Super Tuesday results are in, and despite a string of victories and a sizable financial advantage, frontrunner Mitt Romney is still struggling in his quest to become the nominee of the GOP in the 2012 U.S. presidential election. But with the Tea Party and other conservative factions unable to coalesce around a single candidate, one or more of his opponents – Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich or Rick Santorum – will eventually have to take a bow if any of them are to have a chance to become their party's nominee.
We want to know: What do you think of Mitt Romney’s inability to wrap up the GOP nomination? Has he won your vote, or are you supporting another GOP candidate? Why do you think he's having trouble connecting with voters?
Record a short video (no longer than 60 seconds) of your thoughts and share it with iReport. The best submissions could be part of CNN's coverage of the 2012 election.