Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton has a rally tonight in El Paso as the presidential candidate makes a swing through Texas Hispanic strongholds. The Texas primary is March 4th.
About 80 percent of El Paso’s 600,000 residents are Hispanic. Clinton and rival Senator Barack Obama are in a tight race that may well hinge on support in Texas, where 228 delegates are up for grabs. In Texas — Latinos could make up about half of Democratic voters on primary day.
Clinton tomorrow continues her swing through Hispanic-dominated cities in Texas with stops in McAllen, Robstown outside Corpus Christi and San Antonio. Also, Clinton picked up an endorsement from former West Texas Congressman Charlie Stenholm.