It's a decisive day in the race for the White House.
Voters in five states head to the polls today: Missouri, North Carolina, Illinois, Florida and Ohio.
A whole lot of points are at stake, and, before the sun sets, one candidate may have to wave goodbye to his presidential aspirations.
When the dust settles, Democrats and Republicans could have their heir apparent. The day might also signal that the race is far from over.
Take Two previewed the day with three analysts:
Lisa Garcia Bedolla, professor of political science and Latin American Studies at UC Berkeley
Mark Sawyer, professor of political science and African-American studies at UCLA
Jack Wright, professor of political science at Ohio State University in Columbus
Press the blue play button above to hear the interview.