How Do Massachusetts Voters Feel On Super Tuesday?
Super Tuesday brought in votes from Democratic voters across 14 states today, including Massachusetts, where observers are looking to see how home state Senator Elizabeth Warren fares against national front-runner Bernie Sanders, an ascendant Joe Biden, and a well-funded Michael Bloomberg.
WGBH News reporters Stephanie Leydon and Adam Reilly spoke to voters in Saugus and Cambridge about their decision-making process Tuesday on Greater Boston.
California’s 415 Delegates At Stake On Super Tuesday
California has nearly triple the number of delegates that have already been awarded in the first four Democratic primaries in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, and South Carolina. Although polls pointed to a Bernie Sanders win there, a recent surgefor Joe Biden following his South Carolina win and the endorsements of Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar have raised questions about whether the Vermont senator’s lead will remain, and if so, by how much.
Jim Braude spoke via Skype by Max Rivlin-Nadler, a reporter from KPBS in San Diego, to get an on-the-ground view Tuesday on Greater Boston.
Which Way Will Super Tuesday Go?
By the end of Super Tuesday, nearly 40 percent of all pledged delegates in the Democratic primary will be decided and more candidates may have to make the decision about whether to stay in or drop out.
To analyze the current state of the race, Jim Braude spoke with former Democratic Congressman Michael Capuano, now a public affairs director at Foley & Lardner LLP, and Joanna Weiss, editor of "Experience Magazine" at Northeastern University Tuesday on Greater Boston.
Note: This segment was taped prior to the closing of polls on Tuesday.
IMHO: Supreme Injustice
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on a federal appeals court ruling that said Don McGahn did not have to comply with a Congressional subpoena.