The @edshow won’t be seen tonight in its usual format in order to present msnbc’s rolling live coverage of the Super Tuesday primaries and caucuses, the biggest and probably most important single night of the GOP presidential primary season with 419 delegates at stake.
Ed, of course, is on the panel for that coverage tonight, beginning at 6pET, along with Rachel Maddow, Chris Matthews, Lawrence O’Donnell, Rev. Al Sharpton and Steve Schmidt, who ran the McCain-Palin campaign in 2008.
And The Ed Show blog will have the latest results from all eleven states (at the very top of the page, refreshed every 2 minutes).
The eleven states include (with poll closing times, all listed as ET): Alaska (12 a.m.), Georgia (7 p.m.), Idaho (10 p.m.), Massachusetts (8 p.m.), North Dakota (9 p.m.), Ohio (7:30 p.m.), Oklahoma (8 p.m.), Tennessee (8 p.m.), Vermont (7 p.m.), Virginia (7 p.m.) and Wyoming (which picks delegates at county conventions today through Saturday).
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