Clyde Group Associate Ryan Myers explores the importance of Super Tuesday 2016, dubbed the SEC primary, as many Southern states involved in the SEC sporting conference have coordinated their primaries on Super Tuesday.
“Equally hard to overstate is the all-day media maelstrom that accompanies it. Anyone who has watched one state’s primary results roll in, knows that one state alone can cause quite a show. But when you have thirteen states all voting at once? That’s a full-blown media spectacle with pundits, analysts and news stations all scrambling to call states and offer takes before the next. That’s all happening in the midst of a mad rush of candidates dramatically spinning the results, declaring victory or even admitting defeat…”
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