The campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are signaling where they believe they have the best chance to win by the sites picked for what they hope will be victory rallies Tuesday night.
Clinton plans her primary-night event in Columbus, the capital of Ohio, where polls show her hanging on to a narrow lead, though Obama is closing.
Obama is holding his in San Antonio in Texas, where polls show him with a narrow lead. Obama is also holding his three election-eve events today in Texas.
Clinton is holding a rally this morning in Toledo, Ohio, before two events in Texas.
Some of her highest-profile supporters have acknowledged that she must win both Ohio and Texas to stay in the race, but her campaign late last week sent the message that she would go on if she just won one.