A few years ago, Michigan's presidential primary was moved up - to the first Tuesday in March - in hopes it would make it a more politically significant event in the national election landscape.

Tomorrow, Michiganders will have a chance to exercise that right, and it will be significant - certainly due to the way the Democrat and Republican races have sorted out so far.

We spoke again with Western Michigan University Professor Peter Wielhouwer about the lay of the land headed into Tuesday's primary in Michigan. We started out discussing former first lady Nancy Reagan and her influence on the presidency when she and her husband were residents of the White House.

Hear his comments by clicking the player below.

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