SEATTLE, WA- With channel upon channel of commentators and experts talking about exit poles, coverage was immense for Super Tuesday. CNN even ran coverage through their commercials.
From the ground level in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho you'd think you were at an organized pep rally. Despite a few threats from Ron Paul's camp, the event went off without a hitch.
"There were very few glitches that night," organizer Jeanne Buell said. "Everyone was so civil."
Buell said in 2004, they mostly drew in the "anyone but Bush" crowd. But this year they've seen a candidate who can inspire hope and most of all, change: Obama.
Check out this documentary of our trip from Seattle to Idaho: