AUSTIN (AP) - Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama
and Hillary Clinton square off tonight in another debate.
It's being held in a gym at the University of Texas at Austin.
Both candidates have been crisscrossing the state in advance of
the March 4th, delegate-rich Texas primary.
Obama leads in the overall hunt for delegates to next summer's
nominating convention. He's won the last 10 state contests in a
row, including votes Tuesday in Wisconsin and Hawaii.
The Associated Press delegate count shows Obama in front with
1,336 delegates to Clinton's 1,251. It takes 2,025 delegates to win
the Democratic nomination.
KBTX Reporter Meredith Stancik is in Austin today covering the debate and delivering a local perspective to the Brazos Valley. Be sure to tune in to KBTX tonight after the debate at 10 p.m. for 10 at Ten and Meredith's live coverage from Austin.
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