Super Tuesday is by far the biggest day of the Democratic primary campaign, with Democrats in fourteen states voting on who they want to run against President Trump in November.
It's a high stakes contest that's not only taking center stage in the U.S. but around the world.
We are going to take a look at what's at stake for the remaining Democratic Party candidates on Tuesday night.
We connect with Dr. Charles Zelden, Professor of History at Nova Southeastern University joining us from Florida. We also have Dr. Lee Hee-eun , Associate Dean of Handong International Law School in Pohang, and Dr. Mark Shanahan, Associate Professor of Politics at the University of Reading in the UK.
Q1) Now, let's start with Dr. Zelden first Even before Super Tuesday, it seemed quite clear who the front runners would be. Then we saw two moderates Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar drop out and throw their support behind fellow moderate Joe Biden.
How do you see this contest playing out as most people now say it's between Biden and Bernie Sanders?
Q2) Now, Dr. Zelden, you are in Florida. A key swing state in the U.S. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been doing OK there does he stand a chance or is this his last stand?
Q3) The right question is: are any of the candidates strong enough to challenge President Trump in November?
Dr. Lee - what do you think?
Would you agree with this, Dr. Zelden?
Q4) Dr. Shanahan, the fourteen states include massive ones like California and Texas. What kind of messaging, or issues do you think are needed for the candidates to win over voters, especially in those areas?
What about you, Dr. Lee?
Well, I'm afraid that's where we'll have to leave it for now. It's been incredible speaking with you Thank you for joining our program, all the way from Florida, Reading