CNN's Super Tuesday-plus
EmptyCNN is going around the clock with political coverage in the hours leading up to and past Super Tuesday.
The network plans to devote an unprecedented 40 consecutive hours of live coverage to the slew of presidential primaries and their aftermath beginning at 6 a.m. EST on Feb. 5, when the polls in two dozen states open and concluding around 11 p.m. Wednesday.
"It won't really stop," said Sam Feist, CNN's political director who is coordinating the coverage from the channel's election headquarters in New York and on the road with the candidates and at the polls.
CNN plans to begin its coverage of Super Tuesday with "American Morning." When results start to come in after 7 p.m., Wolf Blitzer, Lou Dobbs, Anderson Cooper and Campbell Brown will work with others from CNN to report and analyze the results.