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Super Tuesday discussion: Tell us what you think

Wednesday, February 6, 2008 | 11:01 a.m. CST; updated 10:59 p.m. CDT, Monday, July 21, 2008

Tuesday's voting for the Republican and Democratic nominees for president showed that the races are far from over. Who will emerge for the Democrats, Obama or Clinton? Does McCain have what it takes to hold on to his lead, or will Huckabee or Romney make a big comeback?

Let us know what you think about these races by leaving a comment below.

Curious what the rest of the world is saying about the races? Here are some links to other blogs, both locally and nationally.

The Watchword: Super Tuesday, the morning after edition.

The Source: Super Tuesday analysis

Life of Jason: Hope looks like the winner in Missouri

KY3 Political Notebook: Super Tuesday analysis

Columbia Tribune: Obama rocks the cities

Not Right About Anything: Wow! My vote COUNTED for once!!!

Show-Me Daily: Election Week: The Perils of Frontloading

Ozark Politics: It's Obama in Missouri (Barely)

Waveflux: Call and response

24th State: McCain's Our Nominee

Tony's Kansas City: Obama Carries Missouri AND Kansas!!!

Cracks in the Facade: Obama's Got Mo

AMERICAblog: You all voted for Obama, but Superdelegates put Hillary in the lead

RealClearPolitics- Politics Nation Blog: Wiped-Out Wednesday

Comeron's Corner: Wins For McCain…Solid Showing For Huckabee…Romney Continues

Arena of Ideas: Tony Messenger gets it right on RE: McCain and voters


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Matt Young February 6, 2008 | 12:45 p.m.

What do I think of these races? I think that, from the comments from voters you have posted, that people have no idea who they're voting for, or why.

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