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It was big. Even super. And as the smoke clears after Super Tuesday, here's what we see: John McCain, GOP frontrunner by a country mile, in a party roiled over whether he's a proper conservative.

Hillary Clinton came out front and held off the Obama tide, in a hot, close race yet to be decided by the Democrats.

Mitt Romney is in for millions but trailing in delegates. And Mike Huckabee, son of the South, is leaving huge footprints in this race.

Half the nation showed its hand yesterday. Today, we read it.

This hour On Point: The Super Tuesday verdict, and what it says about the way ahead.Guests:

Anne Kornblut, national political correspondent for The Washington Post.

John Zogby, President and CEO of the polling firm Zogby International.

Kellyanne Conway, CEO and President of The Polling Company and co-author of "What Women Really Want: How American Women Are Quietly Erasing Political, Racial, Class, and Religious Lines to Change the Way We Live."

Bob Shrum, Democratic campaign strategist for eight presidential candidates and author of "No Excuses: Concessions of a Serial Campaigner."

This program aired on February 6, 2008.

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