(CNN) - Hillary Clinton said Friday she has had more conversations with John Edwards since their first post-race meeting two weeks ago, a sign the New York senator continues to heavily court the backing of her former rival.
Speaking on ABC's Good Morning America, Clinton touted her longtime friendship with Edwards and said she occasionally talks to him. Pressed if she had spoken with Edwards since meeting with him in person earlier this month, Clinton indicated she had, on more than one occasion.
"We have had conversations, yes," she said.
Edwards is one of a handful of high-profile Democrats whose endorsement could seriously impact the presidential race, but who has yet to back a candidate. Both Clinton and Obama have met with Edwards since the former North Carolina senator dropped his presidential bid several weeks ago, and both have highlighted portions of Edwards' own anti-poverty platform in their own stump speeches.
Obama's campaign manager David Plouffe has also made recent trips to North Carolina, and met with Edwards backers there.
- CNN Ticker Producer Alexander Mooney