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What's At Stake In Today's Presidential Primaries?13:00
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Voters wait in line at dawn to cast their ballot in Arizona's presidential primary election Tuesday in Phoenix. (Matt York/AP)
Voters wait in line at dawn to cast their ballot in Arizona's presidential primary election Tuesday in Phoenix. (Matt York/AP)
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The presidential race is shifting to three western states. Both parties are voting in Arizona and Utah, while Democrats are caucusing in Idaho.

Among the big questions: can Ted Cruz slow Donald Trump's march toward the Republican nomination?

And, after a string of losses two weeks ago, can Democrat Bernie Sanders win in the west — and remain a viable challenge to Hillary Clinton?

Guests

Dan Payne, Democratic political analyst for WBUR and president of Payne & Co. He tweets @payneco.

Jeffrey Stinson, Republican strategist and attorney/owner at Stinson Law.

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The Boston Globe: Warren Warns Democrats To ‘Wake Up’ To Trump Threat

  • "The heightening spat between Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and GOP front-runner Donald Trump disguises the fact that the two sound a lot alike in one key area: banker-bashing."

The Washington Post: The Most Baffling Moments From Donald Trump’s Washington Post Ed Board Interview

  • "Buried deep in the transcript of Donald Trump's interview with The Washington Post's editorial board on Monday is a question and response that it's hard not to see as neatly encapsulating the entire Trump phenomenon."

This segment aired on March 22, 2016.

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