Two hours of special coverage from National Public Radio News. During the first hour NPR News analyzes the results of one of the most anticipated Super Tuesdays in years. During the second hour, we look ahead to the next round of primaries that will bring the nation closer to its final line up of presidential contenders. Neal Conan hosts.
FROM THIS EPISODE
Hour 1: NPR News analyzes the results of one of the most anticipated Super Tuesdays in years. Host Neal Conan talks with callers and guests about who won where and why. What were the surprises? How did voting break down along age, ethnicity and gender lines?
Hour 2: Presidential candidates are already looking ahead to the next round of primaries that will bring the nation closer to its final line up of presidential contenders. Neal Conan will take calls from the battleground states and talk with endorsers and strategists for the various campaigns about their strategies for moving ahead.
Ken Rudin, Political Editor, National Public Radio
Andrew Kohut, Pew Research Center (@pewresearch)
Bill Carrick, Democratic strategist
Dan Schnur, USC Unruh Institute of Politics / Dornsife LA Times Poll (@danschnur)
Tom Daschle, former Democratic Majority Leader, US Senate
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