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Tomorrow is the biggest day in the history of presidential nominations. More than 20 states will hold caucuses and primaries for both Republicans and Democrats. We sample political capitals all over the country to get a sense of what's in store. Today's WWLA is a re-broadcast of this morning's To The Point .

Producers:
Karen Radziner

Main Topic Today the Candidates, Tomorrow the Voters
Super Tuesday or Tsunami Tuesday amounts to a national primary, the first of its kind in American history. With just hours remaining before the biggest caucus and primary day in American history, presidential candidates are racing around the country. In both parties, they're competing for almost half the convention delegates needed for nomination, spread from big blue states to numerous red ones. We touch down in the Far West, Southwest, Midwest, the Deep South and the East Coast and hear how the war, the economy, healthcare and immigration are helping or hurting Democrats and Republicans. Will Super Tuesday be decisive for either party?

Guests:
Carla Marinucci, San Francisco Chronicle (@cmarinucci)
Jo Mannies, Chief Political Correspondent, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Dion Lefler, Politics Reporter, Wichita Eagle
Charles Bullock, University of Georgia
Anne Ryman, Senior Reporter, Arizona Republic
Ben Casselman, Wall Street Journal (@bencasselman)

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