Romney Turns Focus to Obama

In his Nevada victory speech, Mitt Romney rejected the notion that the president's policies are helping the economy.

Well, Mr. President, Nevada has had enough of your kind of help.

Numbers are slow coming in from Nevada, a caucus state, but it appears the Mitt won with a roughly 16 point margin.

With 43 percent of precincts reporting, Romney was pulling 42 percent in Nevada. Gingrich had 26 percent and Ron Paul had 18 percent, with the race for second too close to call. Rick Santorum, with 13 percent, will place last, Fox News projects.