Originally published on Tue April 24, 2012 7:44 pm
Credit Jae C. Hong / ASSOCIATED PRESS
Update at 9:33 p.m. Romney Wins All Five Primaries; Delivers Remarks In N.H.:
With the GOP nomination all but secured, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney spoke to supporters in Manchester, N.H., Tuesday night after declaring victory in the five primary contests being held.
The Associated Press called the races for Connecticut, Rhode Island, Delaware and Pennsylvania for Romney quickly after polls closed. New York was also called for Romney shortly after he delivered his speech.
(Revised at 2:03 pm ET with new Ron Paul-Pennsylvania material.)
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