February 27th, 2008
08:45 AM ET
7 years ago

Showdown in Ohio

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Watch New York Times reporter Jeff Zeleny weigh in on how both candidates performed Tuesday night. (Getty Images)

CLEVELAND, Ohio (CNN) - Democrats Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama sparred with each other over negative campaigning, health care and free trade Tuesday, a week before key primaries in Texas and Ohio

Those contests are must-wins for Clinton if she is to continue to contest Obama for the nomination, as even former President Clinton suggests.

Debating at Cleveland State University, Clinton repeated angry claims from the campaign trail that Obama mischaracterized her stances on health care and NAFTA in political material mailed to voters in Ohio.

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Filed under: Candidate Barack Obama • Hillary Clinton • Ohio
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  1. Jim Jones

    For the Hillary groupies that think she won the debate, are you sure you'rew watching the same debate as everyone else? Hillary never explain how Senator Obama fliers were misleading at all during the debate all she did was complaining. Also she never explain about her mandates on her healthcare plans. Don't be mad at the moderator just because they won't let her go around the questions like she did with the other debates.

    February 27, 2008 01:53 pm at 1:53 pm |
  2. bobdaranger

    Can someone tell me what the Clinton's did to piss off the media so bad?

    February 27, 2008 02:07 pm at 2:07 pm |
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