GOP Gov. Charlie Baker won’t vote for Trump, may leave ballot blank
Republican Gov. Charlie Baker said today that he won’t vote for Donald Trump, who last night became his party’s presumptive presidential nominee — and also said he was unlikely to vote for Hillary Clinton, raising the possibility that the state’s governor may leave his presidential ballot blank.
“I’ll be voting, but there will be down-ballot races that I’m going to be focusing on and voting on,” Baker told reporters today, hours after Sen.
Ted Cruz dropped from the presidential primary — and Ohio Gov. John Kasich scheduled an appearance to do the same — to clear a path for Trump to win the party’s nomination.