Super Tuesday is here but will gas prices impact voters?

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HOUSTON, TX - It's a bird. It's a plane. Nope, it's Super Tuesday!

A dozen states will get their vote on today with 1,610 delegates up for grabs, ultimately deciding which Democratic and Republican candidate will get their party's nomination. On the GOP side; we got Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John Kasich and Ben Carson. The Democrats are doubling-down with Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. It's a battle of epic proportions. Who will come out on top?

You can love them or hate them, but these candidates have a way of polarizing the American public. So, some might not be pumped by these presidential hopefuls, but could the price we pay at the pump be an indicator for who will win the presidency? Moody's Analytics Presidential Election Model has correctly predicted the last nine elections, and the group says our low gas prices will give Democrats the upper hand.

We'll still have to see how the price of gas plays into what direction our country will take, but first we have to see the results from Super Tuesday voting.

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