Several figures being reported today help tell the tale of Romney vs. Gingrich in Florida, as well as the impact of super PACs on the 2012 election. Romney has widened his lead over Gingrich in Florida to 14 points, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll. A new study out today by the Wesleyan Media Project shows Romney and his allies, particularly the Restore Our Future super PAC, have aired 12,768 ads in Florida compared with 210 for Gingrich and his allies. Romney, allies outspend Gingrich by millions in Fla. A candidate needs to amass 1,144 delegates to clinch the nomination, and just 37 have been allocated so far based on the primaries in New Hampshire and South Carolina (Iowa has not awarded any yet based on the Jan. 3 caucuses). Would Romney wins this week signal end to GOP race? - latimes.com So let me get this straight. Romney has only a portion of 37 delegates. Needs 1,144 to get the nomination but has already ran 12,768 ads? At that rate, that would be over 500,000 ads?