Clinton's campaign aides scrambled on Monday to lower the expectations for the contests, backing away from predictions that she needed to win both Ohio and Texas, which have a combined 334 delegates at stake.
Obama noted the high stakes during a rally in Houston on Monday night.
"So here we are with the possibility of winning the nomination," Obama said, adding there was a tendency in a successful campaign to feel things would always go right.
"One of the things that I've learned is that what makes this powerful is not that things always go easy, but rather that we are willing to go forward when it's hard."
Tuesday, March 04, 2008
Clinton Camp Lowering Expectations