A campaign worker cleans the carpet before presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney takes the stage in Manchester, N.H., on April 24. After Romney swept five primaries that night — in New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Rhode Island, and Pennsylvania — nearly everyone in America not named Newt Gingrich conceded that the Republican nomination fight was over.
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