by Alex Malm
If someone in August said Donald Trump would be the front runner for the Republican party, and there would be no snow on the ground the eve of “Super Tuesday,” you wouldn’t believe them. But with Donald Trump leading the polls for the Republicans, and people wearing shorts in February, this seems to be the reality.
Trump the bussinessman who was once a longshot to win the nomination now has a chance to sweep all 12 “Super Tuesday” states.
On the democratic side, Super Tuesday doesn’t seem to be as predictable with both Sanders and Clinton high in numbers. One important question is who will get Mass senator Elizabeth Warren’s endorsement.
Like the weather this political year has been very unpredictable.