Today, both hours will be branded as an NPR News Special, with host Neal Conan. It's the day after Super Tuesday and in our first hour we'll look back at who won, which voters supported which candidates and the impact young voters and Latinos had in the polls. Our political junkie Ken Rudin will be joined by Andy Kohut, director of the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press, Keli Goff, author of Party Crashing: How the Hip-Hop Generation Declared Political Independence, and Luis Clemens, editor of candidatousa.com, a newsletter that covers Latino politics. If you voted or worked at the polls yesterday, what was the voting process like in your state?
In hour two of our NPR News Special, we'll continue our post-Super Tuesday coverage with NPR's Ken Rudin and hear from representatives of presidential candidates Sen. Barack Obama, Sen. Hillary Clinton, Sen. John McCain, Gov. Mike Huckabee and Gov. Mitt Romney. The race to the White House continues, and if the primaries are headed to your state in the coming weeks, tell us what issues you will be considering as you head to the polls. Will the results of Super Tuesday inform your decision on how you will vote?