Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Super Tuesday was the most important day of the Democratic primary calendar. What will the results mean for the rest of the campaign?
Note: this show aired before Michael Bloomberg's withdrawal from the Democratic race
North Carolina had the third-most delegates up for grabs in Tuesday's voting. Nationally, more than a third of the delegates needed for the nomination were decided.
The primary was the first since the exits of Tom Steyer, Pete Buttiegieg and Amy Klobuchar, and marked the first voting with Michael Bloomberg in the mix.
In down-ballot races, Tuesday's primary teed up a highly competitive U.S. Senate race in North Carolina, as well as control of the governor's mansion and legislature.
Michael Bitzer, Catawba College, professor of political science; author of “The Old North State Politics” blog and co-host of the “Carolina Campaigns” podcast (@BowTiePolitics)
Steve Harrison, WFAE political reporter, co-host of WFAE's "Inside Politics" podcast (@Sharrison_WFAE)
Deondra Rose, Duke University, assistant professor at the Sanford School for Public Policy (@DeondraRose)