Tuesday, April 24 is the New York State presidential primary -- but with frontrunner Mitt Romney coasting toward the 2012 GOP nomination, the press isn't too excited about it.
"Every four years, the New York primary becomes less significant," the New York Times kvetches. "What if they held an election and no one came?" asks The Atlantic. "Primary? What primary?" Gannett scoffs.
Rick Santorum is still on the ballot, though he dropped out of the race on April 10. Still in the running alongside (or, rather, behind) Romney: Perennial candidate Ron Paul, and former GOP darling Newt Gingrich, whose star has dimmed considerably since the heady days of the mid-1990s, and whose campaign was recently reported to be $4 million in debt.