So who do you think he voted for? Mitt Romney made his way to the polls on Tuesday afternoon with his wife, Ann, by his side as the two cast their votes in Belmont, Mass., a suburb of Boston where they keep their primary residence. The Romneys were photographed at their polling station around 5 p.m. Polls were set to close at 8 p.m. in the state. Mitt was expected to put a check next to his own name in the voting booth on a day that 350,000 to 400,000 of Massachusetts’s 4 million registered voters were anticipated to participate in the primary. About 11 percent of the state is registered as Republicans compared with 36 percent registered as Democrats. Unenrolled voter account for more than 50 percent of the state’s registered number and are allowed to cast their votes alongside Republicans today.