BRONXVILLE, N.Y. Area Republicans are expected to join others throughout New York Tuesday to sweep in Mitt Romney as the Republican presidential nominee.
The Bronxville Republicans that Ive talked to are all very excited about Gov. Romney being the Republican candidate for president, said Rene Atayan, chair of the Bronxville Republican Village Committee. Given where we stand on the scheduling, things have been winnowed down to where he is the presumptive candidate.
After Rick Santorum folded his campaign on April 10, all 95 New York delegates, the third largest number among all states, are reportedly expected to be delivered to Romney.
Still, Santorum remains on Tuesdays state ballot because he withdrew from the race after filing as a contender and since then has not requested his name be removed from it, according to the Westchester County Board of Elections.
Also on the ballot are presidential contenders Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul.
There is nothing that will happen tomorrow that is going to hinder Romney, Atayan predicted.
Local polling booths at Bronxville School, Concordia-Somer Center, Christ Church and Lawrence Hospital will remain open between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. for voting in the Republican primary. Voters unsure of their polling site can call the county board of elections at 914-995-5700 to confirm their site.
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