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Twenty-four states will be deciding. The stakes are higher than ever. Join NPR News for complete Super Tuesday coverage.

Twenty-four states will be taking part in Super Tuesday.  The day’s events will decide roughly half the party delegates for both major parties.  NPR is stationing Reporters and Producers with the major candidates and in key states. The Super Tuesday special will be hosted by NPR’s Robert Siegel and Michele Norris until 10 PM and by Scott Simon and Andrea Seabrook from 10 PM until 1 AM. Because of the number of primaries and the national scope of this event, NPR will cover Super Tuesday much as they have covered Election night in the past.  

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