Tuesday night’s results in Indiana and North Carolina, while the spotlight was on the Democrats, might have shed some light on a disturbing development in the Republican Party. As the Republican nominee, John Mccain was only able to garner 74% of the vote in North Carolina and 78% in Indiana. Seeing as McCain is certainly the Republican’s guy in November, how is he not doing better? When 26% and 22% of voters vote against their party’s nominee, there is a problem. Will Republican voters who are not fond of McCain stay home or even vote for the Democrat come November?