"It would be inappropriate and awkward and wrong with any of us to tell Senator Clinton when it is time for this race to be over," Sen. McCaskill said. "I am confident that she will do the right thing for the democratic nominee. And confident that she will work hard for the party."
Miller reports that the key talking point was crystal clear: stepping up the pressure calling for the superdelegates to make their decisions known now.
Gov Napolitano said, "Now is the time for superdelegates, as we wind our way down to the last states, to announce their preference."
Clinton added a quickly arranged stop in Shepherdstown, WV to signal that she is moving forward to next Tuesday's primary. ABC News' Eloise Harpert reports that when Clinton was asked if she is going to carry the fight to the floor of the convention, Clinton said she's not going anywhere until there is a clear winner.
"I'm staying in this race until there is a nominee and I obviously am going to work as hard as I can to become that nominee that is what I have done that is what I continue to do."
John McCain stops by The Daily Show with Jon Stewart tonight.
On the campaign front. . .
-- 10:15 am ET: Attends rally with voters, Charleston, WV
-- 3:15 pm ET: Attends rally with voters, Sioux Falls, SD
-- 11:30 pm ET: Attends town hall meeting with voters, Central Point, OR
As for the Republicans. . .
-- Attends fundraiser with supporters, Lakewood, NJ
At the White House and Beyond. . .
-- No public events scheduled
VICE PRESIDENT CHENEY
-- 10:30 am ET: Participates in a tour of the Philadelphia Financial Center, Philadelphia, PA
-- 10:50 am ET: Speaks to employees at the Philadelphia Financial Center, Philadelphia, PA
-- 7:00 pm ET: Speaks at a reception on the 60th anniversary of the founding of Israel, Washington, DC
POLITICAL NEWS STORIES ON ABCNEWS.COM
ABC News' Jennifer Parker: Clinton Fights on After Stinging Defeat in N.C., Narrow Win in Ind. LINK
ABC News' Jake Tapper: Hillary (and Bill?) Loan Her Campaign $6 Million More LINK
ABC News' Jennifer Parker: Clinton Squeaks Out Indiana Victory; Obama Solidly Wins North Carolina LINK
ABC News' Jake Tapper: Hillary Clinton's To-Do List LINK
ABC News' Matthew Dowd: End Game: Clinton's Exit Strategy LINK
ABC News' David Chalian: The Numbers Are All in Obama's Favor LINK
ABC News' Mike Elmore: Carville: 'Of Course' Clinton Is Staying in Race LINK
ABC News' Kate Snow: Clinton Loans Campaign Money. . . Again LINK
ABC News' Z. Byron Wolf: With Polls Closed, Dems to Unveil Gas Prices LINK
ABC News' Sunlen Miller: Obama to Meet with Superdelegates LINK
ABC News' Z. Byron Wolf: Superdelegate Senators Assess '08 Race LINK
ABC News' Eloise Harper: Clinton Says She's 'Staying in This Race' LINK
ABC News' Jake Tapper: Conference Call from Planet Clinton LINK
POLITICAL VIDEO ON ABCNEWS.COM
The Day After
ABC's Rick Klein on the road ahead for Hillary Clinton. LINK
Game Changer or Game Ender?
How will the N.C. and Ind. results effect the Democratic nomination? LINK
Clinton Still Determined to Win
Sen. Clinton in West VA: "I'm staying in this race until there's a nominee." LINK
Kimmel: Obama Should Wed Bill Clinton
Late-night host shares consequences of marriage with former President Clinton. LINK
Bush Threatens Veto on Housing Bill
Flanked by GOP House leadership, Bush discusses housing, gas prices and FISA. LINK