Sen. Hillary Clinton on Wednesday cast herself as a candidate who "relies not just on words but on work" as she eyed the upcoming Ohio and Texas primaries in hopes of stopping Sen. Barack Obama.
Clinton's supporters said she must win those two states March 4 if she is to close the gap with Obama in the delegate race and stop the momentum he has built up with 10 straight wins.
Rhode Island and Vermont also will hold primaries March 4.
Clinton and Obama will be in Texas to debate each other on CNN at 8 p.m. ET Thursday. Early voting already began there Tuesday. See behind-the-scenes debate photos
Obama scored overwhelming victories Tuesday in Wisconsin and Hawaii, his ninth and 10th wins in a row. Read full article »
CNN's Rebecca Sinderbrand contributed to this report.