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Opinion | Steve Brodner

An (illustrated) field guide to Super Tuesday

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The 2016 primary contest is shaping up to be one of the strangest — and most ruthless — in modern American history. With five Republicans and two Democrats left in the race for the White House, the results from Super Tuesday will start to solidify the delegate math. Will Donald Trump knock out his two main rivals — Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz? Can Bernie Sanders survive the wave of momentum that carried Hillary Clinton to a decisive win in South Carolina? We took an illustrated look at some of the major themes running through this race.

Steve Brodner

The Rubio Campaign Headquarters move to a new location: under Donald Trump’s skin.

Steve Brodner

At a rally in a Southern Black Church Sanders is besieged by autograph seekers.

Steve Brodner

Trump announces a policy of mass deportation of Cuban men in their forties.

Steve Brodner

Ted Cruz delays a disappointing Alabama result by filibustering the TV coverage.

Steve Brodner

In Georgetown, Hillary attracts young people in surprising numbers.

Steve Brodner is an illustrator from New York.
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