(CNN)—As voting draws to a close in Wisconsin, Jessica Yellin takes an early look at how well the Democratic candidates’ dueling pitches worked in the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily.
Republican John McCain, his party’s likely nominee, is still trying to shake underdog Mike Huckabee. CNN’s Dana Bash explores what Tuesday’s primaries mean for the Republicans.
Although the Clinton and Obama campaigns deny plans to woo pledged delegates earned through primary and caucus votes, it’s a sign of just how tight the Democratic race has become that the question is even on the table. Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider reveals where the Democratic race may be headed - and when the Republicans may reach the finish line.
Meanwhile, Tuesday marked a historic day around the world as people woke up to the news of Fidel Castro’s resignation after nearly half-century of iron fisted rule. Ten U.S. presidents have dealt with Castro’s Cuba – now White House hopefuls are facing an uncertain new era in U.S.-Cuba relations. CNN’s Brian Todd covers the candidates’ reactions to the end of the Castro Regime.
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