As number of candidates shrinks, Michigan voters watch Super Tuesday from the sidelines
As a Michigan voter, it can be hard to see all the excitement over Super Tuesday when our primary isn’t until March 10th. We need a very long German word for this—something that encompasses the envy and angst of watching the early primary states get their full pick of candidates. Detroit Free Press columnist Brian Dickerson has been feeling it hard this year. We talked to him about the agony of watching Super Tuesday from the sidelines, and why he thinks Michigan ought to have a more prominent spot in the primary line-up.