ABC News’ Eloise Harper Reports: Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., addressed those who think she should get out of the race Thursday evening in Winston-Salem, North Carolina saying, "Some people have been saying we should just end these primaries we should just call it quits I that think a lot of people still want their voices heard and their votes counted." She added, "this is a very close election I think that is exciting because so many people have been brought into the process and there is a real anticipation about what we can do.
Mrs. Clinton, who was running about an hour and a half late, apologized to the crowd and said she knew that the UNC game was starting in thirty minutes and understood if they had to leave. Clinton later appealed to the residents of the Tar heel state saying "I am excited and I am really looking forward to crisscrossing North Carolina in the spring what could be better than that?’ Clinton asked.
Senator Clinton kicked off her "Solutions for the American Economy" tour across the state today, with a strong emphasis on the economy. Most of her digs were not focused towards her democratic rival, but instead to the republican presumed nominee Senator McCain.
In Fayetteville, NC, Clinton was asked what he should tell Democrats who are thinking for John McCain "Please think through this decision," Clinton said, laughing "It is not a wise decision for yourself or your country."