Super Tuesday Part III: 9 p.m.


A large number of caucuses will be going on now, but these two primaries will close.

The Democrats (56 delegates)—Clinton gets more of a fight than she wanted but eventually rides a 2-1 lead in Latino votes to victory.

The Republicans (50 delegates)—Immigration phobes be damned: McCain wins easily.

New York
The Democrats (232 delegates)—Clinton wins, and it will be called almost immediately. Watch for Obama's strength in New York City.

The Republicans (98 delegates)—McCain rides the moderate GOP vote and the Rudy endorsement to victory.

Caucuses to watch around this time: Minnesota (both parties), North Dakota (both parties), Kansas (Democrats), New Mexico (Democrats), Idaho (Democrats).