Today on Boston Public Radio:

— We opened our lines to talk with callers about your experiences voting on Super Tuesday.

— Former Trump 2016 Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski weighed in on Super Tuesday and commented on recent statements from Donald Trump Jr. on the politicization of the coronavirus.

— We returned to listener calls, to talk about who you’re voting for.

— Carol Rose from the ACLU broke down some of the 25 voting rights cases they’re currently fighting in court.

— Director Sarah Burns and Aseelah Muhammed from the new Ken Burns documentary “East Lake Meadows” discussed the film, which centers around a housing project on the outskirts of Atlanta.

— Rep. Stephen Lynch called in to advocate for former Vice President Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign.

— CNN’s John King gave his thoughts on Joe Biden’s surging campaign and other Super Tuesday headlines.

— Former Massachusetts governor and 2020 Republican presidential candidate Bill Weld and Michael Bloomberg's Mass. Campaign Manager Ed Davis called in to make their cases for voters.

— We re-opened our lines, closing the show with more listener conversations about Super Tuesday.