Can Romney clinch the nomination tonight?

By Alex Veeneman on May 29, 2012


Mitt Romney may clinch the Republican nomination tonight after the Texas primary results are known.
(Photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore)

The former Massachusetts governor and Republican candidate Mitt Romney is expected to clinch the nomination for President of the United States later tonight, ahead of November’s elections.

Romney is likely to get passed the 1,144 delegate number after the results of tonight’s primary in Texas are made public.

Opinion polls show a tight race between Romney and President Obama examining the election.

What do you think? Can Romney clinch the nomination? What race do you think will exist should Romney clinch?

Join in the conversation. Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.

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