The focus of the Presidential elections turns to Arkansas and Kentucky on Tuesday, as Mitt Romney can edge even closer to officially capturing the GOP nomination and we'll see if there is another strong protest vote against President Obama.
75 delegates are at stake for the Republicans, and theoretically Romney could win all of those delegates if he keeps his opponents under the 15% threshhold needed for delegates.
The latest Associated Press count has Romney just short of 1,000 delegates; he needs 1144 to win the Republican nomination.
Meanwhile on the Democratic side, could we have a significant vote against President Obama again tonight, this time in Arkansas?
One week ago, a federal prison inmate received 41% of the vote in the Democratic Primary in West Virginia, and in Arkansas, there is one other person on the ballot, a guy named John Wolfe.
Wolfe was also on the ballot in Louisiana, where he took just over 11% of the vote, though he did meet the 15% threshold in three different congressional districts for convention delegates.
Democratic Party officials moved late last week to say that Wolfe would not be allowed to claim any delegates if he does well tonight.
A recent local poll in the southwest part of Arkansas actually showed Wolfe only behind President Obama by seven points - but we'll see if that really happens tonight.
Protest votes are nothing new, as Oklahoma Democrats only gave Mr. Obama 57% back on Super Tuesday.