Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney won a decisive victory in yesterday's Florida primary, dealing a major setback to Newt Gingrich's hopes of a fully-realized insurgent candidacy. With decided forward momentum, it's clear that Romney has recovered from the miscalled Iowa caucus victory and is now leading the GOP pack: Romney won with 46 percent of the vote as compared to Gingrich's 32 percent. Meanwhile, former Iowa frontrunners Rick Santorum came in third with 13 percent, and Ron Paul only carried seven percent of the vote. Anna Sale is a reporter for It's a Free Country. Todd Zwillich is The Takeaway's Washington Correspondent