New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, the chair of the Republican Governors Association, refused to say Tuesday whether she’d vote for Donald Trump if he’s the Republican presidential nominee.
Martinez told reporters that even after Super Tuesday has passed, “there’s still a lot of time” left in the primary, according to an Associated Press report. She also said she’s “certainly not” voting for Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.
Last year, Martinez sharply criticized Trump’s comments about Mexican immigrants. She has also been floated as a potential vice-presidential pick for Marco Rubio.
New Mexico votes June 7.