It's Super-Duper-Tuesday, and pretty soon we should have a better idea of whether someone's going to be able to end the nomination battle (of either party) early, or whether it will be drawn out over the next several weeks, or even months, (pundit heaven).
Here's a look at what's up for grabs today:
Thanks to all those other states jockeying to get some of the early attention in this process, most of them have been left with little or no attention as a result. Meaning that so many states are voting on the same day, that it's impossible for all the candidates to visit them all, or for the media to shower them all with wall-to-wall coverage. Maybe some of the leaders in those states responsible for the rush to the front of the timeline will realize that and move their primaries further back next time. And maybe not. We'll see. In any event, the lack of attention most of them will get is a more fitting and ironic punishment than having the national parties take away any of their delegates.
Here's a roundup of some of the news from the trail today:
* Will California Buy Romney Time to Stay in the Race? - Byron York
* Candidates try to work inroads for the big day - LA Times
* Trudging to a Super finish - Washington Times
* It's Super Tuesday coast to coast - Associated Press
* Today's votes may bring dominance, deadlock - Boston Globe
* Two Races, One Big Day - Washington Post
* McCain and Romney battle over who is conservative - Associated Press
* Dole scolds Limbaugh - Politico
* Real Clear Politics has the polls...