It's Super Tuesday in New York and other states, with 1,100 delegates at stake. New York has 236 delegates. The candidates, John Edwards, John Kerry, Dennis Kucinich, and Al Sharpton, debated on CBS this past Sunday, and while Sharpton made an impressive showing, the race is really about either Kerry making his dominance decisive or Edwards swooping in for a surprise win. This means that local news won't be covering that dog that can press elevator door buttons - it'll be all about the primary.
If you're a registered Democrat, find out where you're supposed to vote from the Board of Elections. Polls are open until 9PM. This year's election calendar from USA Today. And all the politicizing you need: Times on the Trail, Talking Points Memo, Instapundit, Atrios, Wonkette.