In the wake of Tuesday's critical primaries in Arizona and Michigan, this evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" airs a special midnight edition of it's program, as a host of experts and strategists analyze the results, and offer perspective.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine finds himself in an interesting position, having initially backed Mitt Romney, but since switched to Rick Santorum.
"I originally I bought into the conventional wisdom that Governor Romney was the strongest candidate against Barack Obama," says DeWine. "But we have elections, and primaries, and caucuses for a reason, and it's become abundantly clear that he is not going to be the strongest candidate against Barack Obama. I think Rick Santorum is."
But with the one-time Massachusetts governor taking both states over the former senator from Pennsylvania Tuesday, Morgan asks Dewine if perhaps he's backed the wrong horse.
"Well I don't think Governor Romney can be very happy with his performance in Michigan. This is his home state. Four years ago he did very, very well there, overwhelming victory. He's eking out a victory apparently tonight, after spending a massive amount of money to defend his home state."
Tune in to a special "Piers Morgan Tonight" at 12 a.m. ET/PT as an all-star gathering of political minds share their reactions to Mitt Romney's wins in Michigan and Arizona.