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On Super Tuesday, AP declared Bernie Sanders the winner in California as soon as polls closed at 8 p.m. PT— one of four such race calls made that night as polls closed in a state.
Today AP launches a new daily newsletter that will serve as a guide to the global news report.
A night of fast and accurate race calls by The Associated Press on Super Tuesday culminated as polls closed in California at 8 p.m. PT, when AP declared Bernie Sanders the winner of the night’s biggest prize.
When news of a mass shooting in Hanau, Germany, broke on Wednesday night, AP sprung into action to deliver fast all-formats coverage of the attack that left nine people dead.
Managing Editor Brian Carovillano announced on Thursday Aaron Morrison and Katrease Stafford will join AP as race and ethnicity writers.
Here is his memo to staff: