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Letter: Would ‘hold my nose’ for Hillary Clinton

In this Feb. 23, 2016, photo, volunteers' names

In this Feb. 23, 2016, photo, volunteers' names decorate wall art at the campaign office of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Omaha, Neb. Democrats in Nebraska, where there is only one Democrat among the state's five-member congressional delegation and none holding statewide office, usually find voting little more than an exercise in civic engagement. But the state's March 5 Democratic presidential caucus brings with it a rare chance for the state's Democratic Party members to influence who will get the Democratic nomination for president for 2016. Credit: AP / Nati Harnik

I voted for former Gov. Mitt Romney twice for president and Sen. John McCain once [“GOP is looking to stop Trump,” News, March 3]. I held my nose each time. Is Romney trying to sneak in the back door at the Republican convention, after the candidates worked so hard and spent so much money? If Romney tries his hand, I’ll vote for Hillary Clinton. I’m used to holding my nose.

Robert Casale, Glen Head