Yes, this primary campaign is all but over. Still, voters in New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island are still casting ballots.
And if you have any doubt about how settled this race is, Mitt Romney, the presumtive Republican nominee for president, is scheduled to deliver remarks from New Hampshire, a swing state that is not voting today.
One of the things to watch tonight is how Newt Gingrich, who along with Ron Paul are the only challengers Romney has left, performs in Delaware. In an interview with NBC News, Gingrich hinted if he didn’t perform well in the state he would “reassess” his campaign.
But even if Romney loses Delaware, he will still be on track to securing the 1,144 delegates he needs for the nomination.
All of the polls close at 8 p.m., except for New York, which closes its polls at 9 p.m. ET. For the record, there are 209 convention delegates at stake tonight.
Update at 8:25 – R.I., Conn.
The Associated Press has called the GOP presidential primary contests for former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.