Connecticut’s top Republican could wind up being a kingmaker for Donald Trump.
If the real estate mogul has the delegate lead going into the GOP’s national convention — but not the majority required by party rules — he should still get the presidential nomination, said J.R. Romano, the state Republican Party chairman.
“If he has the most delegates, that’s personally how I feel it should be,” Romano said. “I believe that’s how it should work.”
Romano is a member of the Republican National Committee’s rule-making body and could serve in a similar capacity for the party’s national convention in Cleveland this summer.