/*Clinton*/ tells voters in Texas that Tuesday's contest will give them the opportunity to essentially hire the next president of the /*United States*/.
Texas has a complex primary system in which two-thirds of the delegates will be picked during a primary, while the rest will be allocated through caucuses. The process calls for a focus on grass-roots organization, and Clinton's camp is spending the weekend preparing supporters for the task of getting undecided voters to side with Clinton. She's lost 11 straight contests to rival /*Barack Obama*/.
Clinton is also focusing efforts on Ohio, where tonight she plans to kick off an "88 counties in 88 hours" bus marathon through that state.