The cable newsers are talking about tomorrow’s Super Tuesday.
>> MSNBC’s Ed Schultz talked with Boston.com about primary nights at MSNBC: “It’s basically a crap shoot. Normally, about an hour before we go on the air we get a briefing from polling experts, and we get a pretty good idea of the way things are going. Things unfold in front of us on the air that we have to put in perspective quickly. It’s pretty exciting to be a part of it.”
>> Fox News Channel’s Bret Baier talks with the Columbus Dispatch about the long primary season. Baier says if there was one thing he could change about the elections it’s that, “the process could be condensed. It would help not only engage voters but help us in the media cover these races more completely. Less horse race, more substance.”
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