The big story of Super Tuesday may well be the voter turnout, which is expected to be huge. All of the candidates have been attracting huge crowds wherever they go. In Wilmington, where I'll be arriving shortly, Obama attracted a crowd of 20,000 the other day. In Boise, Idaho, 23,000 people turned out on a freezing day at eight o'clock in the morning to hear him. Four years ago a mere 5,000 people took part in the Democratic caucuses across the whole state!
It just shows where there's a real contest and the result is in doubt, people take a real interest in elections.