Well, it’s finally here.
Ten states, stretching geographically more than 4,500 miles — from Alaska to Massachusetts — will hold Republican contests on Tuesday, giving the candidates a chance to accumulate delegates and prove their vote-getting abilities.
Historically speaking, Tuesday will not be the most “super.” In 2008, nearly two dozen states or territories held primary contests to choose a presidential nominee. But with 437 delegates at stake in the contests, Tuesday’s results could dramatically shape the direction of the campaign as it moves into the spring.
Oh, yip yah.
So, which straight white male Jesus-freak will get the most toys?