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National political observers are calling Texas and Ohio the last stands for the campaign of Hillary Clinton. But New England can still be a factor.
Rhode Island and Vermont also vote tomorow - and their delegates could be very important if the race for the Democratic nomination stays tight.
Today, Where We Live, we'll preview this important - late season - Primary with our political analyst Bill Curry, and we'll talk with reporters from Vermont and Rhode Island about what voters in those states are thinking.
Connecticut can still play a large role in determining the nominee. Barack Obama beat Clinton by a narrow margain during the state's "super Tuesday" primary, but he holds a big lead in "superdelegates" from the state - prominent party members and elected officials.
We'll hear from a committed Obama "superdelegate" - the one holdout still pulling for Clinton - and one who's undecided: John Olsen of the AFL/CIO.
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