Have a Super Tuesday question? Join in the first-ever CNN Election Roundtable at noon
March 6th, 2012
07:40 AM ET
3 years ago

Have a Super Tuesday question? Join in the first-ever CNN Election Roundtable at noon

(CNN) – As the four major Republican candidates make their final case on Super Tuesday, voters in 10 states get the chance to play their part in the electoral process at the ballot box and now online.

Tuesday, voters will also be able to participate in a special CNN online conversation in the first in a series of exclusive CNN Election Roundtables, a digital-only video chat hosted by Wolf Blitzer and featuring CNN political team.

At 12 p.m. ET on Super Tuesday, go to CNN.com and join CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, Gloria Borger, Peter Hamby and political analysts Donna Brazile and Ari Fleischer in the first online discussion focusing on Super Tuesday and the race for the White House.

Select readers will be able to ask the team questions about the race, the candidates and the issues in real time and participate in the 30-minute conversation on CNN.com and on CNN Mobile.

Here’s how it will work: First, go to cnn.com/roundtable and sign up for one of the slots to ask questions. Space is limited for questioners but viewers can also watch a live stream of the video chat online from 12 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. on CNN.com.

And if you miss the chat, you’ll be able to replay it later online at CNN.com and CNN Mobile.

CNN LIVE: After the chat, tune in to the CNN Election Center tonight at 7 p.m. for live coverage of the Super Tuesday primaries and follow real-time results on CNNPolitics.com, on the CNN apps and on the CNN mobile web site. Follow CNN Politics on Facebook and on Twitter at #cnnelections.


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soundoff (13 Responses)
  1. rightytighty

    Romney: How will you comfront the partisan nature of todays media?

    March 6, 2012 07:47 am at 7:47 am |
  2. Greg in Arkansas

    Why are these four clowns fighting so hard to be the runner-up this fall?
    None have offered anything positive to fix the economy, only retreat to the same failed policies that got us into the mess we are in now....
    Tax cuts won't reduce the deficit
    Cuts in govt spending won't lower unemployment.....cuts in spending lead to cuts in the job market and the private sector that relies on govt spending will suffer until there is an alternate market for what they produce.
    Repealing national health care won't fix the problems with heath care, only make it more profitable for the health and insurance companies...
    President Obama has introduced solutions that help more people in the long run, not slogans that only help candidates in the election cycle....

    March 6, 2012 08:06 am at 8:06 am |
  3. Steven

    It's time to get rid of the fed! Ron Paul 2012 because SE Ohio counts too, we are one of the poorest parts of the country and are tried of promises

    March 6, 2012 08:10 am at 8:10 am |
  4. Bill Northern

    Piers Morgan is intent on converting everyone to his views. Last night was awful. He should apologize to Michele Bachnan and not worry so much about Rush. Piers is becoming even more obnoxious than Rush. I would like to see someone simply ask questions and let the guest respond. Not have to listen to the drivels of the host.

    March 6, 2012 08:32 am at 8:32 am |
  5. belindar

    I just voted for Ron Paul in Tennessee and I am very proud of him.

    March 6, 2012 08:42 am at 8:42 am |
  6. Joseph Smith

    Why has the subject of Mormonism not been brought up yet? Hispanics and African-American's will not vote for a Mormon.

    March 6, 2012 08:42 am at 8:42 am |
  7. Jim

    So does this mean that tonight's TV broadcasts will be interrupted by a continuous string of inane comments from taling heads? For the first time in decades, I really don't care what happens to a bunch of GOP candidates who seem to preach misogynistic, homophobic, anti-science, fundamentalist BS as the ONLY gospel that will be allowed. After voting Republican for most of the last 50 years, this time around they won't be my first choice (which would be "none of the above").

    March 6, 2012 10:56 am at 10:56 am |
  8. GI Joe.

    I have a question: out of 300 Milion people, is THAT the best the republicans have to offer? If not, where are the others? (and don't say Christie - he can barely walk 20 feet and would never make it thru an 18 month run).

    March 6, 2012 10:59 am at 10:59 am |
  9. Ray

    Santorum would cause immigration internments camps to be formed,and forced sterilization.Romney would listen to mcCain and bomb Syria and get the US into another war

    March 6, 2012 11:45 am at 11:45 am |
  10. cali girl

    Tell me what qualifications any of these candidates have to make statements regarding Israel as it relates to Iran.

    March 6, 2012 12:14 pm at 12:14 pm |
  11. kicker99

    I dont see any of their kids in harms way.Are they willing to stop what there doing and put on a uniform and go fight for their dads and the USA.....except Paul, his are already doing it.

    March 6, 2012 02:40 pm at 2:40 pm |
  12. kicker99

    Be cause mormons use their beleifs to stay out of the service if they have too

    March 6, 2012 02:42 pm at 2:42 pm |
  13. Another Day in the Idiot Mines

    How come the so-called "liberal" media keeps refusing to ask the important questions, like:

    Why is the GOBP ignoring the wishes of three quarters of Americans, including half its own members, who want a millionaire tax?

    What sacrifices will the GOBP call on the wealthy to share with the rest of us?

    Do you admit that tax cuts for the wealthy does not create jobs?

    March 6, 2012 04:17 pm at 4:17 pm |