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Clinton, Obama Debate in Texas

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Clinton, Obama Debate in Texas

Clinton, Obama Debate in Texas

Clinton, Obama Debate in Texas

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In the 16 days since Super Tuesday, Hillary Clinton hasn't won a single primary or caucus.

Barack Obama's victory in the Democrats Abroad global primary — which was announced Thursday — makes it 11 in a row. And with contests in the crucial states of Texas and Ohio less than two weeks away, the Clinton camp is going to have to do something big if she is going to get back into the race.

One opportunity comes tonight as Clinton and Obama debate at the University of Texas in Austin.