Super Tuesday looms large

NC_politics0229_700x394(NBC News) Voters in 12 states could reshape the presidential race when they head to the polls tomorrow for the “Super Tuesday” primaries.

Donald Trump heads into Super Tuesday with his first Senate endorsement, Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions. With Trump leading every Super Tuesday state except Texas. His opponents are hitting hard. “Friends do not let friends vote for con jobs,” Senator Marco Rubio told supporters over the weekend, prompting a quick response from Trump.

Senator Ted Cruz is leading his home state of Texas, and slamming Trump for not condemning support from the former head of the Ku Klux Klan. “We should all be united in saying that the Klan is reprehensible and has no place in politics,” Rubio said.

Super Tuesday is also looking good for Hillary Clinton, coming off her huge win in South Carolina. Clinton’s leading nearly two-to-one in key states, and focused on Trump.

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