February 13, 2008
Hillary Rodham Clinton is trying to put her recent losses behind her as she looks ahead to next month's contests in Ohio and Texas.
A day after losing to Barack Obama in three primaries, Clinton is calling the race for the Democratic presidential nomination "a long and winding road." Speaking at a huge rally in Texas, she said, "Some weeks one of us is up and the other is down, and then we reverse it."
Meanwhile, the New York senator is stepping up her criticism of Obama on economic and health-care issues, and casting herself as the only candidate who would provide universal coverage.
Clinton visited with students at Ohio State University and Ohio Wesleyan
University during separate gatherings. She will continue her visits to Buckeye State colleges Thursday.
Ohio will hold its presidential primary on March 4.
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