It's the biggest primary contest yet - and no, we're not just saying that. To be fair, Arizona isn't really in the picture today (we can pretty much count those delegates for Romney). But in Michigan, it's a different story. One of the more interesting stories to develop: Rick Santorum is using a robo-call encouraging Democrats to vote for him, taking advantage of Michigan's open primary. The idea is to "send a message" to Mitt Romney. Romney, meanwhile, derides the tactic as a "new low" designed to trick voters. Will it work and prove a blow to Mitt Romney? We've got the special election desk out today as msnbc's all day coverage gears up for a pivotal night in Decision 2012.
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