For those who were hoping for a clear Republican frontrunner following the primaries on Super Tuesday, the results were a disappointment. Sarah Posner, senior editor of Religion Dispatches, joins us to re-cap this week’s election results and to give us a look ahead to what’s next. She also dives into some of Tuesday’s religious undertones, including continued evangelical suspicion of Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith and a recent, troubling NBC poll that found only 18% of Republican Super Tuesday voters indicating that it doesn’t matter much if a candidate shares their religious beliefs.

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