NASHVILLE, Tennessee (CNN) - Even as Hillary Clinton congratulated Barack Obama on his victory Saturday in South Carolina, she was already directing attention to the states that lie ahead.
"Millions and millions of Americans are going to have the chance to have their voices heard and their votes counted," she told supporters at Tennessee State University.
"This a great victory for Barack Obama, but this is not the end of the Clinton campaign," said CNN Analyst and Donna Brazile. "Sen. Clinton has broad support out there."
South Carolina Rep. James Clyburn, who has remained neutral in the Democratic race, predicted the campaign would not be settled until the August convention in Denver.
"They all have tickets to the convention - not all first class, but they all have tickets," he said.
Too all you clinton supporters
I really do hope Obama wins by a large margin again maybe then you will wake up to the time for change
I was very disappointed in Hill's "concession speech", all of 3 seconds. Your claws showing Hill.
HILLARY WILL BE OUR NEXT PRESIDENT!!!
Hillary: Do not let the "Ted" or "John" (Kerry) endorsement rattle you. They both ran and lost! No guts, no glory. Keep on pushing toward Super Tuesday. Note to all Hillary supporters: Volunteer!