Former President Bill Clinton acknowledged Wednesday that the Texas and Ohio primaries could make or break Hillary Clinton’s candidacy. Bill Clinton was back in Texas Wednesday for the second time in four days to stump for his wife. “This whole nominating process has come down to Texas and Ohio,” he said of the two states that both hold primaries March 4. “If she wins in Texas and in Ohio, she will win in Pennsylvania and I believe she will win the nomination.” Rival Democrat Barack Obama won primaries in Hawaii and Wisconsin on Tuesday, putting him in the lead in the race for convention delegates. Hillary Clinton, who early on was expected to win the Democratic nomination, is counting on Texas with its heavy Hispanic vote, to bring her back. Early voting already started this week in Texas and Bill Clinton spoke to an early-morning crowd of several hundred people from the back of a pickup truck in the parking lot of the county courthouse.