More delegates can be won on Super Tuesday than on any other single day of the primary calendar and Cape Codders, usually a taciturn bunch licking the wounds of winter at this time of year, are throwing mud instead of sand. It seems we’re involved in a family feud in which left-leaning activists who’ve linked arms on most issues, electing a progressive congressional delegation, changing public policy on the environment, have fiercely different ideas about what their presidential candidates should represent: Change versus the status quo, pragmatism versus idealism; in short, Bernie versus Hillary. In the studio today are Martina Jackson for Cape Cod for Hillary Clinton and Bruce Taub from Cape Codders for Bernie Sanders.
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