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Candidates Prepare for Super Tuesday

By Fox 40 Staff.
Tomorrow is Super Tuesday.

595 delegates are at stake across 11 states in the Republican race.

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are battling over 865 delegates across a dozen states in the Democratic race.

Fox 40 talked to both sides of the political aisle, from both young and seasoned political minds.

Broome County DNC Chair Jim Testani says he does not want Trump for president.

"I don't know if we want a reality show star full of luster and will call people names if he doesn't agree with them," he said.

"I don't know if we want that on the world stage. I know I don't."

Meanwhile at Binghamton University, College Republican Max Newman said he thinks Trump has what it takes to push the country in the right direction.

While Trump may be garnering a lot of attention from both sides of the aisle, current GOP office holders like Governor Chris Christie and Senator Jeff Sessions are endorsing him.

Tuesday will be a big indicator of whose name will be on the presidential ballot this fall.