The end result from Tuesday’s primary is not as cut and dried as many anticipated.

Mitt Romney was declared the winner of Michigan’s Republican presidential primary by a three-point margin. But whether he won the majority of the state’s delegates is still unclear.

That could set up a scenario where Romney could declare victory in Michigan, and so could chief rival Rick Santorum.

Romney, a Michigan native, won the statewide vote over Santorum 41 percent to 38 percent in a hard-fought primary. There are 30 delegates at stake in Michigan, 28 of which are awarded by congressional district — two go to the winner of each district — and the remaining two based on the statewide vote.

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