On the Republican ticket, Mike Huckabee is considered a long-shot for the Republican Presidential nomination, but he says he's in it for the long-haul.
The Republican candidate said the Republican National Convention could ultimately determine the Republican nominee.
"Now, if John McCain doesn't get 1191 confirmed, committed, pledged delegates then there is no nominee officially until we get to the convention," explained Huckabee.
"And when we get to the convention, all bets are off and many of the delegates can do what they wish. Now it's possible that he'll get there, and if he does, then so be it."
Huckabee is campaigning in Rhode Island on Feb. 25, while McCain is in Ohio.
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