Mitt Romney has the Republican Party's nomination for the Presidency. Romney collected the 1,144 delegates necessary to nail down the nomination at the Tampa, Florida, convention late Tuesday afternoon.

Bristol County Sheriff and Convention Delegate Tom Hodgson is a long time supporter of the former Mass. Governor.

Hodgson says he'll do whatever the Romney campaign needs him to do, in order to get Romney elected. The nomination is a triumphant moment for Romney, who has been running for President for the better part of the past six years. Romney will accept the nomination during a speech to close the convention on Thursday night.