Ten more states have spoken. Super Tuesday served up six states for Mitt Romney, but his narrow win over Rick Santorum in Ohio was close. A win is a win, says Romney's campaign, but does this tight victory mean his road to the White House will be studded with speed bumps? It was not a great night for democracy; voter turnout was extremely low. Was this a referendum on government, or a lack of enthusiasm for the crop of Republican candidates? Exit polls from last night showed that the economy is the number one concern among voters, and a new poll showed Republican Sen. Scott Brown with a lead over Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren. Is this a wake up call to Democrats that Massachusetts could be redder shade of blue?
Marvin Venay, executive director of the Massachusetts Black and Latino Democratic Legislative Caucus
Kelly Bates, executive director of Access Strategies Fund
Kevin Peterson, founder of the New Democracy Coalition