Presidential candidates change focus

March 13, 2008 3:58:27 PM PDT
Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama were out working hard for votes, today. This coming week's primaries maybe the most important in the campaign so far.

The Race for the Democratic nomination could be heading into its final showdown Tuesday as four states including Texas and Ohio hold primaries that are make or break for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.

And both candidates spent the day campaigning before large crowds and hoping to persuade their voters to go to the polls and make there voices heard.

At a rally in Fort Worth Texas Hillary Clinton told the crowd in a veiled swipe at Obama that she will deliver action to back up her words.

"You give me the vote and the trust that comes with the confidence that represents and I'll give you my best efforts every single day to translate all these speeches into action, because there's a big difference between speeches and solutions and rhetoric and reality," said Senator Hillary Clinton (D), NY.

Barack Obama spoke to voters in Rhode Island, a small state, but one Hillary Clinton is expected to win, and told voters that his message has stayed consistent regardless of the polls.

"Everybody's saying how they stand for change, but I want you to understand what real change is. Don't be fooled. Real change means saying what you mean and meaning what you say, not just during election time, but all of the time," said Senator Barack Obama (D), Ill.

On a lighter note Texas, which has the most delegates at stake is the biggest prize on Tuesday and both candidates have released ads with a distinctive Texas flavor.

On the republican side, John McCain is expected to win handily on Tuesday and possibly amass enough delegates to clinch the Republican nomination.