Mitt Romney has won the Maryland Republican presidential primary.
Maryland, a state likely to get scant attention from the Republican presidential nominee this fall because of the Democrats’ clear edge in voter registration, drew the attention of the four GOP candidates Tuesday as they vie for the state’s 37 delegates.
State election board officials say primary election voting has resumed at Largo High School in Prince George’s County after smoke briefly shut down the building.
Mitt Romney is expected to coast to victory in the lightly contested Republican presidential primary in the District of Columbia, which offers GOP voters in the nation’s capital a rare opportunity to have their voices heard in national politics.
Republican presidential candidates are vying for 37 delegates in Maryland’s primary, with Mitt Romney expected to fare well in a state that’s home to many moderate GOP members.