Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Texas Looks Past Tennessee's Super Tuesday to Its Probable Role as Kingmaker

From the Texas Observer:
If the Democratic race remains competitive after Super Tuesday, the primary on March 4, when Texas and Ohio vote, could have a major role in determining the Democratic nominee. With 228 Democratic delegates, the Lone Star State will be the biggest prize left on the electoral map. At last Texas will matter for something more than just campaign cash. A recent poll had Clinton ahead 10 points here ....

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