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Hillary Clinton On Super Tuesday

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Talking Points Memo reports that Massachusetts primary is being called for Clinton.

NBC News declares Clinton the winner of the Arkansas primary.

NBC News declares Clinton the winner the Tennessee primary.

AP reports Clinton wins the primaries in Oklahoma and New York.

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Last night, Hillary went after her target demographic with a 90-minute town hall that was aired on the Hallmark Channel. She finished off the evening with a trip over to David Letterman's studio, where she quipped, "In my White House, we will know who wears the pantsuits."

HuffPo Blogger Earl Ofari Hutchinson thinks that Super Tuesday is going to leave us with more questions than answers about the viability of both Democratic candidates.

In contrast to her opponent's huge rallies and emotional speeches, the New York Times points out that Hillary is in her element when faced with small groups of voters:

Yet in intimate settings, like her visit on Monday to the Yale Child Study Center in New Haven, Mrs. Clinton comes across far more personably, listening and empathizing and on occasion showing her emotional side. Indeed, at the Yale center, where she volunteered in the early 1970s, she became teary as her old boss praised "the incomparable Hillary."

The Clinton camp isn't taking for granted her old stomping grounds of Arkansas:

The campaign's investment in the state is not an effort to run up the score with a huge margin of victory here. Advisors and Arkansas political analysts say the campaign sees the state as a battleground in the delegate contest - and is laying the groundwork for a general election fight.