Super Tuesday

With just two days to go before voters in more than a dozen states go to the polls, NPR National Political Correspondent Elizabeth Arnold reports that the presidential hopefuls are flying back and forth across the country to try to give the appearance that they are simultaneously in the critical primary states of California and New York.

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