By March 15th in a normal Presidential Election Year, the presumptive nominees usually have a lock on their respective party nominations. Super Tuesday is usually followed by (yawn) all the rest of the country getting to vote. This year, however, Missouri votes counted in a big way, though it took to the wee hours to find out who won. Less than ½ of one-percent seems to have separated the winners of both the Republican and Democratic races; Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders beat Clinton in St. Charles County but lost the state narrowly. Trump edged out Ted Cruz slightly statewide and in St. Charles, re-enforcing once again that every vote counts.