However, the longer Clinton stays in the race, the deeper her campaign goes into the red.
She is meeting with a group of 40 fundraisers Wednesday at a hotel in Washington, DC. One Clinton fundraiser told ABC News' Kate Snow the meeting was set up last week to enable fundraisers to regroup and ask Clinton questions after the West Virginia primary.
Spokesman Howard Wolfson told ABC News the meeting is a regular quarterly check-in session, not an emergency session.
"The meeting is, as it always is, to give them a sense of where the race is, to thank them for their past support, and to urge their continued generosity," Wolfson told Snow.
Her campaign debt is estimated to exceed $20 million and could go deeper as she campaigns through the final primaries.
And as long as Clinton continues to stay on and win on, she can raise questions about Obama's electability in the general election among demographic groups who continue to support her.
ABC News' Gary Langer, Z. Byron Wolf, Ann Compton, Teddy Davis, and Eloise Harper contributed to this report.