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Post Super Tuesday Analysis, New Coronavirus LA Case, Election: City Council Post Primary

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California's multi-language "I Voted" stickers on offer for early voters at the Los Angeles County Registrar's Office in Norwalk, California on November 5, 2018, a day ahead the November 6 midterm elections in the United States. (Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP) (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)

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Post Super Tuesday Analysis 

Voters across SoCal turned out big for the Tuesday primary. Many braved long lines to cast their ballots. For a look at where things stand as of this afternoon, we talk to KPCC politics reporter Libby Denkmann.


Coronavirus New LA Case 

Six new cases of coronavirus infection have been identified in the last 48 hours in Los Angeles County, prompting county leaders to declare a local public health emergency. Pasadena and Long Beach, both of which have their own health departments, have also declared local emergencies. KPCC's Robert Garrova joins us to discuss the latest news about this development.


Election City Council Post Primary 

Two LA City Council races are destined for a runoff this fall. One covers a large swath of South LA, while another encompasses parts of Hollywood, Koreatown, Silver Lake and more. Take Two looks at what issues are driving the race for those seats.


OCSA Charter Wed Hearing 

The future of the Orange County School of the Arts was decided at today’s Orange County Board of Education meeting. KPCC’s Carla Javier has been covering the embattled charter school’s renewal, and she joins A Martinez.


On The Lot 

Super Tuesday has come and gone, so now it’s time to talk about all things showbiz. The movie business continues to suffer in other nations due to the coronavirus scare. Plus, a look at the industry and who it’s siding with Biden or Sanders.


OC Primary Results 

As with LA County, traditional polling places in the OC have been replaced with about 190 voting centers. To hear how this new model played out yesterday, along with the results for key races in Orange County, we talk with Nick Gerda, reporter for the Voice of OC.