by Christa Lollis
With the Texas primary just a day away presidential hopefuls are focused on the lone star state. "The last 20 or 30 years it's been pretty clear by March who the party nominee will be," Democratic party member, Joe Devine said. But this year has been different. The presidential race is close and anything could happen. And East Texans will get to voice their opinions twice. Once the polls close, a caucus will be held. But who you voted for in the primary will determine how you can participate in the caucus. Devine explains, "If you voted in the republican primary where there's a hot race for DA, you can not come back and vote in the democratic caucus. You have to have voted in the democratic primary."