Manhattan GOP Chairwoman Adele Malpass might be the most popular Republican in town now that Donald Trump won the state’s primary.
Ritzy Republicans hoping to represent Donald Trump as delegates at the GOP Convention in Cleveland in July have been flooding Malpass’ inbox and burning up her cellphone.
“Everyone is interested! I’m taking lots of names and getting lots of input,” she said, noting that three people e-mailed her during a phone interview with The Post.
Trump won at least 24 of New York City’s 27 delegates, including nine from Manhattan, according to state Board of Elections results.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich won the city’s remaining three delegates thanks to a strong showing among Upper East Side and Upper West Side Republicans. Kasich outpolled Trump, 45 to 42 percent, in Manhattan.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who finished in third place statewide, left New York empty-handed.
Malpass, who has not made an endorsement in the race, said she is beginning to contact delegate hopefuls in the coming days.
State GOP Chairman Ed Cox, who endorsed Trump on Thursday, will choose an additional 11 delegates who are bound to the front-runner in the first round of voting at the convention under GOP party rules.
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani already approached Malpass to be a Trump delegate, a GOP source said.
Former City comptroller candidate John Burnett and New York Federation of College Republicans Chairman John Catsimatidis Jr. are interested in representing Manhattan at the convention but did not reveal their presidential preferences.