There are ten primaries going on Tuesday night. Don’t even know where to start? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are the people to follow on Twitter from the four most-watched states — Ohio, Georgia, Oklahoma and Tennessee.
Here’s our list (yes, it’s a little Ohio-heavy, but everyone knows Ohio is the most crucial of the most crucial states to watch tomorrow night. Sorry, every other state.)
Super Tuesday Fix List
JimHeathONN : Jim Heath from Ohio News Network caught former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney flat-flooted on the Blunt Amendment. (Romney said he opposed it but then backtracked to say he was for it.) Heath will also be tracking results county-by-county Tuesday night.
Bytor3BP & jasonahart : Okay, that’s two people — but Jason Hart and Nick Mascari both blog for Third Base Politics, one of the best conservative blogs in Ohio, and they’re both worth following for a right-leaning take on Buckeye State politics.
plunderbund : An influential Ohio group progressive blog in Ohio. The Plunderbund team has broken multiple stories on state politics; worth following year-round.
politicalinsidr : Jim Galloway, an Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter with 30 years experience in the state.
lorigeary : Lori Geary, WSBTV reporter in Georgia, for on-the-ground coverage in the Peach State.
ctuckerprof : Formerly a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist at the AJC, Cynthia Tucker is now a visiting professor at the University of Georgia, still covering politics both local and national from the left.
Kleinheider : A.C. Kleinheider, former professional blogger and current flack for Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey (R). It was a sad day when his blog folded; thankfully he’s still on Twitter.
TNTicket : No-nonsense voter information and news from Joe Lance of the Tennessee Ticket.
sarahburris : A blogger for the progressive, youth-focused FutureMajority, Sarah Burris ran new media for Oklahoma Democrat Jari Askins’ 2010 gubernatorial campaign.
mccarvillerept: Mike McCarville is a veteran right-leaning blogger in Oklahoma; he’s been on top of all the endorsement maneuvering in the state as well as trouble in Texas Rep. Ron Paul campaign.
Think we forgot someone? Tell us in the comments!