Today is the Can you believe it's been three weeks since all the craziness of the New Hampshire Primary blew through the state?
Here's a look at some of what has happened since Jan. 10:
On Jan. 16, Jon Huntsman, who staked his campaign on winning New Hampshire, but came in third to Mitt Romney and Ron Paul, respectively, just five days before the competition in South Carolina. In his statement, Huntsman said he would support Romney, saying he is the candidate "best equipped" to beat President Obama.
On Jan. 19, Rick Perry followed Huntsman, just two days in advance of the South Carolina Primary. Perry announced he would throw his support behind Newt Gingrich. Perry characterized Gingrich as a "conservative visionary" who can "transform our country."
On Jan. 20, Rick Santorum was declared the defeating the originally-declared winner, Romney, by 34 votes, rather than losing by eight. This announcement came just a day before the South Carolina primary.
On Jan. 21, Gingrich won the South Carolina Primary, overcoming a double-digit deficit in the final week before the election, surpassing Romney and It was a record-setting turnout for South Carolina.
Today, as voters head to the polls in Florida, a poll by the Tampa Bay Times and Bay News 9 indicate , who is polling second.
What do you think? Will Romney win Florida today? Will we continue to see a Gingrich surge. Do Ron Paul and Rick Santorum have a chance to pull ahead of these two in upcoming primaries? Let us know what you think in the comment section and take our poll below.
And check back later tonight. We'll have coverage on the winner of today's primary.