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A man walks to use a voting booth March 1, 2016, at one of the Virginia primary election polling stations at Colin Powell Elementary School, in Centreville, Virginia. Voters in a dozen states will take part in "Super Tuesday," a series of primaries and caucuses in states ranging from Alaska to Virginia, with Virginia the first to open its polling stations at 6:00 am. (Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images)MoreCloseclosemore
A man walks to use a voting booth March 1, 2016, at one of the Virginia primary election polling stations at Colin Powell Elementary School, in Centreville, Virginia. Voters in a dozen states will take part in "Super Tuesday," a series of primaries and caucuses in states ranging from Alaska to Virginia, with Virginia the first to open its polling stations at 6:00 am. (Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images)

Colorado is one of the states where Bernie Sanders and Marco Rubio might do well in today's Super Tuesday presidential campaign voting. But Republican state leaders decided last summer not to hold a statewide straw vote tonight. Colorado Public Radio's Ben Markus tells Here & Now's Robin Young why they made that decision.

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This segment aired on March 1, 2016.

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