The drawn-out fight for a Democratic presidential nominee is driving left-leaning Texans into the open, infusing them with a sense of relevance for the first time in a generation.
His large margins of victory in Tuesday's contests put Clinton on the ropes.
Monday's address is expected to highlight improvements in Iraq, but not reforms for immigration or Social Security.
The former president has been mostly an asset in his wife's presidential campaign, but some top Democrats are starting to issue warnings in the media.
Many revert to former careers or, like Dee McMahon, look for new ones.