The other primary
The Republican Primary isn't getting much attention anymore, but there's actually an interesting storyline there. In Pennsylvania 30% of GOP voters voted for a candidate other than McCain - this is after everyone else had dropped out of the race. Today, as of the returns posted right now, a fourth of the voters in the two states' Republican primaries voted for either Romney, Huckabee or Paul. In North Carolina, 4% actually voted "no preference." What does that say about the nominee, when his own party members actually took the time to drive to the polls to cast a vote against him? A vote that won't count as anything other than a rhetorical statement.
I think it's really interesting how many are still voting for the other candidates, and I wonder what the implications are for November.