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Some Are Saying NBC News Confused Maryland With Vermont On Super Tuesday

Old Bay Ben & Jerry's has a nice ring to it.

Posted on March 1, 2016, at 9:12 p.m. ET

Super Tuesday is in full swing, and NBC News, of course, has live coverage of every big race.

It's #SuperTuesday! Follow our live updates as voters in 12 states head to the polls https://t.co/U756wJdcn0

But some eagle-eyed readers caught a little bit of a hiccup in the coverage as results began to roll in.

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Do you see it?

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Twitter users say that NBC News tweeted an image that appears to be Maryland, not Vermont. One specified that the image came from the account for Meet The Press.

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Of course, people couldn't miss the opportunity to crack a few jokes.

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They mocked NBC News' geography know-how...

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And made a lot of crab-by comments.

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The offending tweet was apparently deleted, and NBC News' main account has tweeted out the correct picture.

BREAKING: Sanders is projected winner in Vermont Dem primary https://t.co/87pd2Cjcc5 #SuperTuesday #Decision2016

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