Hotsheet Live: Will a GOP front-runner emerge on Super Tuesday?

Colorado primary and the four GOP candidates, Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, Ron Paul and Rick Santorum CBS/AP

CBS News political director John Dickerson was joined on Hotsheet Live Friday by Washington Post deputy politics editor Anne Kornblut, TIME magazine's Washington correspondent Michael Scherer and Josh Kraushaar, executive editor of National Journal's Hotline to look ahead to the ten GOP races on Super Tuesday.

"It's going to be a muddle," Sherer said. "There's no way we're going to come out of Super Tuesday with anything too clearly defined."

Kraushaar cited recent polls that shows a "stark divide" among GOP voters.

"Romney is winning over the white collar voters; Santorum is winning over the blue-collar," Kraushaar said. "The question is what is going to happen with the female blue-collar voters."

Each panelist concluded with an endorsement about something they have seen or read, including the 2012 White House News Photographer's Association awards from Time's Michael Scherer.

National Journal's Josh Kraushaar: The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg's interview with President Obama about Iran

The Washington Post's Anne Kornblut: Krissah Thompson's article about GOP candidates hoping to earn evangelical votes on Super Tuesday

And John's own pick: NOVA documentary "Bombing Hitler's Dams"

Watch the entire discussion - including the panel's take on whether Mitt Romney's recent gaffes have hurt his chances moving forward - in the video above.

  • Chad Sinclair

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