Critical primaries next week in Texas and Ohio are expected to draw unprecedented numbers of voters in two states once thought to be irrelevant early in the 2008 campaign. Hillary Clinton's prospects for remaining a viable candidate depend on victories there. Barack Obama, meanwhile, plans to continue attacking controversial positions Clinton has taken on two volatile issues -- the Iraq war and NAFTA. Gender, race and economic factors could play major roles in the upcoming Ohio and Texas Democratic primaries. Clinton looks to lure blue-collar workers besieged by a faltering economy and to retain her powerful support from women constituents, while Obama seeks to cut into Clinton's popularity among women and Hispanics and to target urban voters in hopes of collecting a larger number of delegates.moreless
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