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Today, March 6, is known as Super Tuesday in the election season. It's the day when 10 states will have their voters head to the polls to vote for the Republican nomanee for president. Wednesday is the perfect time to discuss the election results and why this particular primary/causus day is so important and highly watched.
Read: Super Tuesday: High Stakes for GOP Hopefuls on CBS News
Read: A Guide to Super Tuesday Possibilities on NYTimes.com
Print: 2012 Primary/Caucus Schedule on Education World
Discuss: Why is it called Super Tuesday? Why does Super Tuesday matter in the election season? Based on the results, who came out on top? What do the results mean for the candidates?
Share your ideas in the comments!