Today is Primary Day in New York, where registered Republicans can cast their vote for a presidential candidate. Shockingly, a low turnout is expected, even though the candidates include Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul.

Yes, even though Santorum pulled out of the race earlier this month, he could possibly receive some delegates. The NY Times reports, "At stake in New York are 95 delegates, the most among the five states with primaries on Tuesday. (The others are Connecticut, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.) Voters will have a full complement of candidates from which to choose: Mr. Santorum could have requested that any votes he received be voided, but he did not, according to the State Board of Elections."

List of presidential candidates in NY's GOP Primary

Here's information on how and where to vote today. FWIW, surprising NY GOP gubernatorial primary winner of 2010, Carl Paladino, is supporting Newt Gingrich, but did say, "Miracles have happened, but for sure Romney is ahead." Yeah, even Giuliani is supporting Romney now.