After 3 Projected Wins, Clinton Tells Crowd: 'This Is Another Super Tuesday for Our Campaign'

PHOTO: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to her supporters during her primary night event at the Palm Beach County Convention Center, March 15, 2016, in West Palm Beach, Florida. PlayJoe Raedle/Getty Images
WATCH Hillary Clinton: 'Another Super Tuesday for Our Campaign'

Hillary Clinton addressed her supporters in West Palm Beach, Florida, tonight after she was projected to win the Democratic primaries in three Mini Super Tuesday states, telling the crowd, "This is another Super Tuesday for our campaign."

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Clinton was projected to win Florida, Ohio and North Carolina ahead of her speech.

Clinton said she'll end tonight with at least a 300 delegate lead over Bernie Sanders.

"We are moving closer to securing the Democratic party nomination and winning this election in November," she said to cheers. "You know, because of all of you and our supporters across the country, our campaign has earned more votes than any other candidate, Democrat or Republican."

The results for Missouri and Illinois were not yet projected at the time of Clinton's speech.

Tonight was the first time Clinton mentioned Donald Trump by name during a primary night speech.

"You know, to be great, we can't be small. We can't lose what made America great in the first place, and this isn't just about Donald Trump,” she said.

While that was the only direct mention of his name, she seemed to allude to him a few times.

"Our commander-in-chief has to be able to defend our country, not embarrass it," she said.

“Our next president has to bring our country together so we can all share in the promise of America," Clinton said. "We should be breaking down barriers, not building walls. We're not going to succeed by dividing this country between us and them."

She added: "Tonight it's clearer than ever that this may be one of the most consequential campaigns of our lifetimes. The next president will walk into the Oval Office next January, sit down at that desk and start making decisions that will affect the lives and the livelihoods of everyone in this country, indeed, everyone on this planet."

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