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TOLEDO, Ohio — The Democratic presidential candidates are holding town hall meetings and rallies across Texas and Ohio, but their strategies for winning those states on March 4 come down to the crucial organization battles waged by their volunteers on the ground.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton yesterday unleashed her most forceful criticism of her Democratic rival to date, angrily waving a negative mailer he sent to Ohio voters and blaring: "Shame on you, Barack Obama."
Photo: On the campaign trail The Democratic presidential candidates are in a dead heat entering today's vote in Wisconsin, where Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton is angling to stop Sen. Barack Obama's ninth consecutive primary win.
Sen. John McCain, all but certain to become the Republican presidential nominee, yesterday previewed the strategy he will use against his Democratic foe in the fall: No new taxes, spending restraint, success in Iraq, and private but affordable health care, not socialized medicine.
Sen. Barack Obama aimed to continue his streak of victories with decisive wins in the Potomac region's trio of primary elections today as Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton already was looking ahead to bigger contests to make up for lost ground.
PHOENIX (AP) — His rallying cry echoes the late Cesar Chavez, the Hispanic activist who inspired legions with three simple words, "Si, se puede!"