It’s “Super Tuesday” On MSNBC

From the release:

    MSNBC’s non-stop political coverage continues [today] with “Super Tuesday” for July 10, 2007. Coverage will begin at 9:00 a.m. (ET) with NBC’s Chip Reid anchoring from Washington, DC. MSNBC interviews throughout the day will include Democratic party Chairman Howard Dean, former Homeland Security chief Tom Ridge, presidential candidates Chris Dodd, Duncan Hunter, Dennis Kucinich, Mike Huckabee, Mike Gravel, Ron Paul and Tommy Thompson.

    MSNBC is asking viewers to get involved in the process on this “Super Tuesday” by soliciting opinions and questions through www.politics.msnbc.com. Viewers can log on and speak their mind about what issues they think will weigh most heavily on the elections, what kind of candidate they think America is ready to elect and how they think the war in Iraq will affect the elections.

    MSNBC and NBC anchors throughout the day will include MSNBC Anchors Contessa Brewer, Tucker Carlson, Mika Brzezinski, Joe Scarborough and “Hardball” correspondent David Shuster, as well as NBC’s Chief White House Correspondent David Gregory and Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent Andrea Mitchell.

    NBC correspondents including Rehema Ellis, Kevin Tibbles, Michael Okwu, Mike Viqueira will report live from New Hampshire, Chicago, Universal City Walk, outside Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game in San Francisco, and Washington, DC.

    Full coverage from the day will be available at www.politics.msnbc.com, the Web’s premiere destination for political news, analysis and video. Powered by NBC News and National Journal, www.politics.msnbc.com will feature the best on-demand video from the day’s coverage, as well as original reporting, news, commentary, live blog updates, on-the-scene observations and in-depth, Web-exclusive examination from leading political analysts.