Familial exit pollling (sample size: 1) suggests that Hillary overcome Sanders in the Missouri primary
Bob Smith (my dad, and yes that's his real name) flashes a peace sign. He just voted for Hillary in the Missouri primary. When asked to reconcile his peace sign with Hillary's hawkish ways, he said: "In her heart, she's a dove. We grew up with her. She's one of us." RS

I'll be liveslogging the results of Super Tuesday III: The Potential Turning Point for Maybe Rubio and Kasich or Mega Ultra Tuesday: Bernie's Potential Big 12 Surge or Super Caesarian Tuesday: Which Candidate Will Unnaturally Emerge from the Womb of the Primary Race? or whatever it is we're deciding to call the day when you're supposed to pretty much know who the presidential nominee for both parties will be.

Many narratives will play themselves out tonight, but one of them may have already been decided. Early familial exit pollling (sample size: 1) suggests that Clinton will overcome Sanders in the Missouri primary and scoop up some of the state's 71 pledged delegates. Sanders and Clinton are currently neck and neck, and so they'll probably split the delegates pretty evenly. Missouri doesn't matter that much on the democratic side.

BUT. If Trump sweeps all of today's contests (he's already locked down the Northern Mariana Islands caucus—damn you, 73 percent of the 471 people who voted!), which includes Missouri, then, according to FiveThirtyEight's David Wasserman, he might be unstoppable.

So, how's Trump doing in Missouri? Uhhhhhh, polling data's hard to come by in MO. It's called the show me state, not the show you state.

Luckily, I deputized my father this morning, who has been sending reports from the field:

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The church in the precinct where my dad voted. If I were still 15 years old, Id change that sign to read Explore Asses Mister.
The church in the precinct where my dad voted. If I were still 15 years old, I'd change that sign to read "Explore Asses Mister." Bob Smith

Obviously, numbers are still just trickling in at this point. No word yet on how my cousins or sisters are voting. Currently, the voting booths in Independence don't seem to be teeming with activity:

You dont walk through the front door to vote in MO--folk gotta walk around back.
You don't walk through the front door to vote in MO—folk gotta walk around back. Bob Smith