CNBC announced it will air a live two hour Super Tuesday special tomorrow night from 7-9pm ET…
CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, will broadcast a two-hour, live Super Tuesday special, “Your Money, Your Vote,” on Tuesday, February 5th (7 PM-9 PM ET) when voters in 24 states go to the polls to vote in the 2008 Presidential primaries.
“Your Money, Your Vote,” anchored by CNBC’s Larry Kudlow, will provide expert analysis on the economic and political issues viewers need to know from Wall Street to Main Street to Washington, DC. The program will also include late-breaking exit polls and early returns from states where polls have closed as well as coverage from CNBC and NBC News correspondents across the country in key Super Tuesday states. CNBC’s Chief Washington Correspondent John Harwood will provide in-depth analysis of the issues that affect the economy, the markets and viewers’ pocketbooks.
“In the 2008 Presidential race, the economy has emerged as the No. 1 issue for voters,” said Jonathan Wald, SVP Business News. “CNBC will give its audience that night the expert, accurate coverage viewers have come to expect from CNBC on this critical issue that is shaping the campaign.”
CNBC’s Super Tuesday coverage will begin on “Squawk Box” (6 AM-9 AM ET) and continue throughout the network’s Business Day programming leading up to the two-hour special “Your Money, Your Vote.”