Election 2008

All Eyes Are on Ohio, Texas Primaries

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Will John McCain go over the top? Would an Obama sweep get Clinton out of the race? Or does a Clinton victory in either state — or both — keep the battle going on to Pennsylvania on April 22?

Robert Siegel talks with NPR's Mara Liasson about what to look for in Tuesday's primary elections in Texas and Ohio.

Voters Speak: Voices from the March 4 Primaries

Voters in four states headed to the polls Tuesday in large numbers, knowing that the results could be pivotal in both the Democratic and Republican presidential races.

NPR asked voters in three of the states — Ohio, Texas and Vermont — which candidate they supported and why. Voters also went to the polls in Rhode Island.



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