TAYLOR TEPPER: New York City is not fertile ground for the GOP. In 2008, President Obama carried Manhattan by a wide margin. And if Harlem resident John Anderson has his way, 2012 will be no different.
ANDERSON: As far as being President, I think he’s doing a damn good job, excuse my language.
TEPPER: But, Republicans have a different point-of-view. Tomorrow, more than one million Floridians will cast their vote in the fourth primary of the election season.
The Florida contest is particularly important for Romney. After losing South Carolina to Gingrich, Romney needs a win in Florida to get back on track. To get that victory, Romney is trying to convince Floridians that he is the odds-on- favorite to beat Obama.
That is why Henry Roseman, a 23 three-year-old Miami resident, supports him.
Roseman: I like both, but I think Romney has the best chances and the greatest personality to represent us.
Whether or not Romney gets that chance, will depend on how he does in Florida tomorrow.
Taylor Tepper, Times Square