While the race is all but over, the Republican presidential field casts its eyes to New York with Tuesday's primary and 95 delegates on the line.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is the clear frontrunner, but Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich remain in the race. This is a closed primary, so only registered Republicans can vote. You can look up where to vote on the Board of Elections website.
It's also primary day in Connecticut, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island, meaning 222 delegates are at stake Tuesday. Romney leads the field with 685 delegates, more than halfway to the 1,144 needed to wrap up the presidential nomination, according to The New York Times.
Yes, Santorum is still on the ballot, according to the state Board of Elections.
Patch wants to know: How will Southampton Republicans vote on Tuesday? And with Romney holding a nearly insurmountable edge, what issue resonates enough to bring you to the polls? Tell us in the comments secotion below.