Good morning, and welcome to another work week. We're just one day away from Minnesota's precinct caucuses and what's known as Super Tuesday in the nominating process because a dozen states in all hold nominating contests. So let's not delay further in looking at the Digest.
1. In Minnesota supporters of almost all the candidates have been working behind the scenes for months. (MPR News)
2. And here's a good guide for how to caucus if you've never done it before (and even if you have). (MPR News)
3. After Hillary Clinton's huge win in South Carolina on Saturday, Minnesota is a must-win state for Bernie Sanders. He was in Hibbing Friday, Rochester on Saturday and will be in Minneapolis later today. But even if he does win here, his path to the nomination is much more difficult than Clinton's. (Politico)
4. When asked during a TV interview Sunday Donald Trump declined to denounce David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan. (CNN)
5. The emergence of Trump as the GOP frontrunner has divided the party in ways that make it hard to see how things get put back together again. (Washington Post)