Feb 092008
 

Super Tuesday might more appropriately be called Super Wednesday. That’s what political analyst Dave Wasserman calls this past week’s election returns, which he says were only beginning to make sense until the day after the primaries and caucuses. Wasserman is the House editor for the Cook Political Report, and he phoned in to the February 6 edition of WINA’s “Charlottesville–Right Now!” to talk about the ascendancy of Senator John McCain, and about the “race for the ages” that is currently going on between Senators Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama.

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