NOW Today: 1144, finally!

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Tonight we hit the first big magic number of 2012 - namely, 1144.

While Mitt Romney has been the presumptive Republican nominee for weeks now, the long-awaited (and oft-rescheduled) Texas primary, with its 155 delegates, makes it the largest contest of this primary season. Romney is expected to win more delegates than needed to seal the nomination tonight, a largely symbolic event given the general election is well underway.

It does beg a flashback to New Hampshire and Iowa, and those moments when Mitt Romney almost didn’t make it. The question now: who hits the other big number of the political season, 270.

PANEL

Glenn Thrush, POLITICO (@glennthrush)

Lynn Sweet, Chicago Sun-Times (@lynnsweet)

Steve Kornacki, Salon.com/msnbc Contributor (@stevekornacki)

Scott Helman, The Boston Globe (@swhelman)

GUESTS

James Rubin, Fmr. State Dept. Spokesman/Asst. Secy. of State

Andy Caffrey, CA Congressional Candidate

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NOW Today: 1144, finally!

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