Ballots in more than sixty counties were too wide for the scanning machines.
John and Michael talk about Shock Jock Howard Stern criticizing St. Louis; with CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman about today’s Illinois primary; with Retired Army Maj. Mike Lyons about the Afghan massacre of civilians; with Kitty Radcliffe about the financial impact of NCAA men’s basketball in STL and about the Rams lease; and take a look at the Rev. Dennis Terry’s introduction of Rick Santorum at a rally event which has caused quite a stir.
Santorum plans to watch Tuesday’s results Gettysburg, Pa., the venue for President Abraham Lincoln’s famous Civil War address.
An increasingly confident Mitt Romney expects to tighten his grasp on the Republican presidential nomination.
A confident MItt Romney calls for unity, as he looks to the Illinois primary.
Illinois becomes ground zero for the Republican presidential candidates.
Voters do not need a reason to vote early in the primaries. The primary election in Illinois is March 20.