Republicans will go to the polls on Tuesday - at an estimated cost of $1 million - to vote for their presidential candidate to face Barack Obama in November. One name on that ballot, Rick Santorum, has already dropped out.
Another, Newt Gingrich, has admitted in interviews he is out of the running. And a third, Ron Paul, is barely even mentioned as a contender anymore.
Mitt Romney is the de facto nominee for president for the GOP, even though states are continuing to hold primaries and caucuses.
Av Harris, spokesman for the secretary of the state's office, said the total cost of the primary is about $1 million, paid at the local level by the 169 towns hosting the voting.
If you do plan on voting, Secretary of State Denise Merrill sent out a reminder press release on Thursday about registering to vote.
“I urge any eligible voters interested in casting a ballot in this contest to register (to vote) by Monday April 23rd at noon, the final in-person deadline," Merrill said in the release. "Only registered Republicans can vote in this primary so unaffiliated voters must affiliate with the Republican party with if they wish to cast a ballot in the Presidential Preference Primary."
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