DURHAM (AP) -- It will soon be up to the voters in Indiana and North Carolina to decide between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama. Both Democratic presidential hopefuls have been traveling throughout both states in a hectic final push. Obama ended his day with an outdoor rally featuring Steve Wonder performing in Indianapolis. The candidates are also spreading their message on TV. Clinton's ads criticize Obama for challenging her gas tax proposal, while Obama's ads criticize her for getting negative. North Carolina and Indiana are important because they are the largest states left to vote, with a combined prize of 187 delegates. (Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
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