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TVWeek’s Daisy Whitney gives a rundown of the many news organizations and Web sites covering Super Tuesday primary elections developments. Among the outlets taking to the Web are ABC, CNN and the Washington Post. Most of them having scheduled live Webcasts this evening as more numbers become official. YouTube’s Super Tuesday channel invites users, news organizations, and candidates to upload their own content and label its origin geographically.
As the polls open, voters will select a candidate for change. We’ll wait to find out which one.