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Swing in momentum may alter media's focus

Texas voters signed in yesterday for a Democratic caucus in Austin. Exit polls showed that late-deciding voters chose Hillary Clinton over Barack Obama by a 2-1 ratio Texas voters signed in yesterday for a Democratic caucus in Austin. Exit polls showed that late-deciding voters chose Hillary Clinton over Barack Obama by a 2-1 ratio (Harry Cabluck/Associated Press)
By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Staff / March 5, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Barack Obama woke up yesterday morning with hopes of vanquishing his last remaining rival and claiming the Democratic presidential nomination. He ended the day with two stubborn opponents: Hillary Clinton - vowing to continue her campaign after victories in Texas, Rhode Island, and Ohio - and a long-delayed but growing media backlash against his candidacy. (Full article: 741 words)

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