Mitt Romney has had a lot of homefield advantages in the Republican presidential nominating contest, from a vacation home in New Hampshire that made him a local for the state’s leadoff primary, to roots in Michigan that allowed him to speak in the area vernacular before last week’s vote. But according to election law, he only has one home state when it comes to voting, and that’s Massachusetts. He’s planning to cast his ballot today at the Beech Street Senior Center.
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