Mike DeWine, Ohio's attorney general, who once supported Mitt Romney but jumped ship to the Santorum camp, is so confident about his candidate's chances in the primary race that he doesn't think Rick even needs to win Ohio to move forward. "It's strange: Democrats fight and fight, and then they get together and go win," DeWine said on MSNBC Tuesday. "I don't think we should get too worried about this. The process will play out, the candidates will continue on for a while." Also on the show, Ohio Rep. Jim Renacci—a Romney supporter—made a similar statement about his candidate. "Whoever wins, I do believe the Republicans are going to get behind a candidate who wins overall," he said. "It's about delegates. It's about getting as many delegates as possible."