The latest news on Texas
Although she leads in many categories, the latest numbers for the March 4 primary states are not good for Clinton.
Hillary Clinton, for better or worse, had the sound bite of the night in Thursday's Democratic presidential debate in Austin. "If your candidacy is going to be about words then they should be your own words," she said, speaking to Barack Obama. "Lifting whole passages from someone else's speeches is not change you can believe in, it's change you can Xerox." The remark prompted boos from some in the audience.
Obama's 10 straight wins put Clinton in a tough position going into Texas and Ohio.
Vote early. That's Hillary Clinton's campaign drumbeat in Texas, where starting yesterday and continuing until three days before the March 4 primary, Lone Star voters are allowed to mark their ballots at special locations in their counties.
Barack Obama racked up his ninth and 10th straight victories last night, defeating Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin and Hawaii. Obama's wins make Ohio and Texas must-wins for Clinton. The two Democratic candidates will debate in Texas tomorrow. John McCain also won convincingly in Wisconsin and Washington State as he continues to press on toward the GOP nomination.
The must-win firewalls in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas loom large for her candidacy.
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