3) Florida wasn't the only state holding an election on Tuesday. Democrat Suzanne Bonamici will, as expected, be the next representative of Oregon's 1st District, winning over Republican Rob Cornilles with 55 percent of the vote with 95 percent of precincts counted. Cornilles began his election night speech on a somewhat defensive note, saying "perhaps the biggest disappointment is that those who opposed me found it necessary to try and undo all the good that small businesses like mine accomplish in our state." 2) Romney's win in Florida on Tuesday gives his campaign a major boost of momentum. But he will have to work harder than past frontrunners, explains Beth Reinhard: Romney defeated Newt Gingrich by 14 points in Florida. 1) Next up: Nevada's caucuses on Saturday, where Romney is already hitting Gingrich with mail and looks is very well-suited for a second straight win. The Wall Street Journal: The month of February looks favorable for Romney: In addition to Nevada, Arizona, Michigan and Colorado -- states the ex-governor is expected to do well in, are also holding contests. And debates -- which have by and large been where Gingrich has shined -- will be in short supply, with just one slated on Feb. 22.