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                    Rich Galen

                    The tectonic shift that was Super Tuesday 2020

                    Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to report on the most recent primary process called Super Tuesday, and why the results were something that even the most veteran political pundits got wrong.

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                    Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to report on what caused the 2020 Super Tuesday to take such a dramatic shift in favor of Biden, and whether there will be a brokered convention at the Democratic convention.
                    Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to discuss whether Joe Biden has what it takes to go the full distance against the incumbent, President Trump, and whether he can win.
                    Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to discuss Main Street business politics, and why the Democrats won¡¯t get much help from small business owners because it¡¯s STILL ¡°the economy, stupid.¡±
                    Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the current state of the Democratic presidential nomination process, and whether Sanders continues to be in danger of having the nomination stolen from him ¨C again -- by the leadership.
                    Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to discuss keeping the current coronavirus pandemic scare in perspective with other things that kill hundreds of thousands around the world every year.
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