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Politics With Anthony Brooks: Mass. Update Before The Polls Open08:00
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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Rep. Richard Neal, D-Mass. wave during a campaign event, Monday in Springfield, Mass. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Rep. Richard Neal, D-Mass. wave during a campaign event, Monday in Springfield, Mass. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)
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Hillary Clinton held an event Monday in Boston and Sen. Bernie Sanders will also appear Monday in Milton. On the GOP side, Gov. John Kasich is in the state too, with an afternoon event in Plymouth.

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Anthony Brooks, WBUR’s senior political reporter. He tweets @anthonygbrooks.

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Radio Boston: Politics with Anthony Brooks: What’s At Stake In Tuesday’s Primary

  • "With just four days to go until Super Tuesday and the Massachusetts primary, there’s a lot to talk about, including Thursday’s Republican slam-fest that pushed Donald Trump back on his heels. We’ll also talk about the new WBUR poll that shows Trump with deep support among Massachusetts Republicans and a close race among the Democrats, with Hillary Clinton slightly ahead of Bernie Sanders."

WBUR: Presidential Candidates Hit Mass. A Day Ahead Of Super Tuesday Primary

  • "Both of the Democratic presidential race rivals are stumping in Massachusetts on Monday in a last-ditch effort to mobilize voters before Tuesday’s primary."

The Boston Globe: Clinton Leads Sanders In New Mass. Poll

  • "On the Republican side, unenrolled voters likely to vote in the Democratic primary see Trump in a harshly negative light: More than three-quarters said they hold unfavorable opinions of him. In fact, the only GOP contender to receive a favorable rating is Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who enjoys approval from two-thirds of likely Democratic primary voters. That fondness could shape results for the Clinton-Sanders match-up, as independents decide in which primary they want to vote Tuesday."

This segment aired on February 29, 2016.

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