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Super Tuesday: 10 State Tour

Tuesday, March 06, 2012

  • Fred Thys, political reporter for WBUR, discusses today's primary in Massachusetts and what expectations are in the state.
  • Ross Sneyd, news director at Vermont Public Radio, on the GOP race in Vermont and what the big themes are in that state.
  • Beverly Amsler, reporter at WVTF Public Radio in Roanoke, Virginia, on the GOP race in Virginia and what the big themes are in that state, where only Mitt Romney and Ron Paul are on the ballot.
  • Jo Ingles, Statehouse News Reporter for Ohio Public Radio and T.V. , checks in on the themes in Ohio's GOP primary taking place today, and why campaigns have been so focused on the state.
  • Denis O'Hayer, "All Things Considered" host at WABE-FM in Atlanta, Georgia, discusses the latest news from the GOP race in Georgia and what may be driving voters there to the polls.
  • Michael Cross, KOSU Capitol Bureau Cheif, explains how GOP candidates have been campaigning in Oklahoma and what the voters there are focusing on this Super Tuesday.
  • Dave Thompson, news director of Prairie Public Radio in Bismarck, North Dakota , talks about the GOP caucus in North Dakota today, and what the campaigns and analysts are expecting from the Peace Garden State.  
  • Scott Ki, reporter for Boise State Public Radio, talks about the Idaho caucus in the state today, and the issues of interest for Republican voters there.
  • Chas Sisk, political reporter for The Tennessean, reporting to us from Nashville, the state capital, explains how Tennessee voters are participating in the primary today.
  • Daysha Eaton, KSKA public radio reporter joining us from Anchorage, Alaska, checks in from Alaska on what's expected.  

Guests:

Beverly Amsler, Michael Cross, Daysha Eaton, Jo Ingles, Scott Ki, Dennis O'Hayer, Chas Sisk, Ross Sneyd, Dave Thompson and Fred Thys

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Comments [7]

Michelle from NYC

Uh! Do we really need to bring the conversation to comparing Billyburg to anything?? Beyond tired.

Mar. 06 2012 12:00 PM
NY Transplant from New York

One thing you should realize about Richmond is that there is a Williamsburg, Virginia, nearby (about an hour's drive away) - home of my alma mater, William & Mary (I'm a Virginia native). It's full of students who have nothing to do when not studying but go to frats, sororities, and pubs (ick to all) when within the colonial town walls, so no wonder Richmond is an alternate go-to for the young and hip when they've a rare free moment from the rigors of class.

Mar. 06 2012 11:56 AM
jen from greenpoint, brooklyn

Isn't Wyoming voting today as well? Making it 11 states that vote instead of 10?

Mar. 06 2012 11:54 AM
Ben from Westchester

Brian, you are a smarter and more articulate man than I will ever be. Please cease the use of the tired cliche word HIPSTER.

It was over last year and is even more over now. Basing your reporting around it will only make me cry.

Mar. 06 2012 11:50 AM

As a Richmond-to-Brooklyn transplant, I can promise you that for every fixed gear and vintage store in Williamsburg, there are three in Richmond. It's the Williamsburg of the South.

Mar. 06 2012 11:25 AM
Caitlin

Native Virginian here; funny you should mention license plates, since VA has something like 25% of the custom "vanity" license plates in the country. People are big on personal expression, and their cars. It's a funny state with wildly different cultures- Metropolitan/suburban in the north, rural Appalachia in the west, big military influence in the south east, and the hipster-heavy Richmond in the middle.

Mar. 06 2012 10:55 AM
Gebril from NY

Inconceivable to think of a republican presidential candidate speaking against the military industrial complex??? RON PAUL (41%-43% Obama) does all the time. Eisenhower did so guardedly and only on his way out. Can you conceive of Bill-Hill or O'bomber ever even uttering the phrase?

Mar. 06 2012 10:31 AM

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