(CNN) - Hillary Clinton declined to say Friday whether she will continue her presidential run past the upcoming March 4 contests, no matter their outcome.
Her campaign has been looking to strong showings in the states of Ohio and Texas, which vote on that day, as key to reversing the momentum of Democratic rival Barack Obama, who has won 11 straight contests.
When Clinton was asked by NBC Today Show co-host Meredith Vieira whether she’ll continue her run regardless of the results in those states, the New York senator said only: “Well Meredith, I don’t make predictions. I never have, I never will. I just get up every day and do the best I can to let people know what I have done, what I am doing and what I will do.”
Clinton has held the advantage in those delegate-rich states, but recent polls in show both races tightening.
Before Thursday night’s presidential debate, her husband, former President Bill Clinton, told a Texas crowd that his wife’s presidential run hinged on her success in the state – and that if she did not fare well there, she was unlikely to win her party’s nomination.
–CNN Associate Political Editor Rebeca Sinderbrand