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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.
PHOENIX (AP) — His rallying cry echoes the late Cesar Chavez, the Hispanic activist who inspired legions with three simple words, "Si, se puede!"
Lost amid the national distractions of a Super Bowl and Super Tuesday, the clock is running down on an immense sale of precision-guided munitions and other advanced weapons to Saudi Arabia and several of the smaller oil-rich Gulf States the Saudis dominate.
LEXINGTON, S.C. — Sen. Barack Obama is trying to figure out who is his main rival here: former President Bill Clinton who stumped for his wife in South Carolina yesterday or Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton who was in California.