Voting at the Dutch Broadway Elementary school in Broadway (Nov....

Voting at the Dutch Broadway Elementary school in Broadway (Nov. 8, 2011). Credit: Photo by

An inconclusive Super Tuesday and cloudy GOP nomination race could mean some excitement for New York next month. Rick Santorum can't quite catch Mitt Romney in battleground states, or persuade Newt Gingrich to drop out. Romney can't land a knockout punch. And Ron Paul can't be persuaded to stop seeking the nomination because he isn't really seeking the nomination. That all means Republican voters in New York may actually have a say in the process, as well as some attention from the candidates, a rarity in a state so blue with a contest so late. New York's April 24 primary -- which coincides with those of Delaware, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Connecticut -- will allocate delegates proportionally, unless a candidate gets more than 50 percent of the votes, triggering winner-take-all. Bring it on.