The next stop on TNR's Super Tuesday Primer is the lovely state of Colorado:

"Like a growing contingent of western and Midwestern states, Colorado is trending blue in local and federal representation, and barely chose George W. Bush over John Kerry in 2004. The purple state is Barack Obama’s purported bread and butter--so a strong showing, despite Clinton’s early advantage among Colorado Democrats, will bolster this campaign argument. The Centennial state--where the conservatives are conservative and Mormons are neighbors, not demons--may actually be Mitt Romney’s best chance to pick up delegates on Super Tuesday despite his northeastern provenance and Michigan birthplace..."

Click here for your complete Super Tuesday rundown for Colorado. Check out our Super Tuesday Primer for analysis of new states every day leading up to February 5.

--The Editors