More people have chosen to vote early in this primary election than ever before. What does that tell us about what we might expect when the polls open on election day next Tuesday? If the turnout in Baltimore is higher than in previous contests, who does that help, and who does it hurt? How will the Presidential races affect the contests for the Senate, Congress, Mayor, and City Council? And, with spending in the Mayor’s race and for one of the Congressional seats at an all-time high, how strongly will the winning candidates be positioned for the general election? Our panel this morning is Luke Broadwater, City Hall reporter for the Baltimore Sun, Kimberly Moffit, associate professor of American Studies at UMBC, and Kenneth Burns, WYPR's metro reporter.