Amidst all the drama in the Democratic race, both Indiana and North Carolina voted in the GOP primary as well.

While McCain won, some are sounding the alarm over results that show 23 percent of Indiana Republicans and 27 percent of N.C. Republicans voted for someone else.

But the important point isn’t that they voted for someone else — it’s that they voted.  A handful of these folks might stay home in protest come November, but Republicans are ridiculously practiced at rolling out of bed on election day and pulling the lever. As long as there isn’t another option on the ballot in November, they’ll go with McCain.