Posted Monday, March 3, 2008
In the presidential race, Ohioans are deeply concerned about economic issues. But the Buckeye state is just one of the two big prizes that will make the difference on Tuesday. When you look at those two prizes, you quickly see the Longhorn state is more populous, younger, more diverse and much more interested in immigration. For a bit of insight on how Texas voters are making their voting decisions, tune in Monday morning at 9. We'll talk with reporters from Austin, Dallas and San Antonio. You're invited to join the conversation.
Government/Politics, Community/Human Interest, Immigration
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