GREENSBURG, Pennsylvania (CNN) - Hillary Clinton on Tuesday pushed back against recent speculation by pundits and Democratic insiders that her chances of securing the Democratic nomination are quickly diminishing.
"I know there are some in Washington, and some in the media, who want this race to be over," she said to a loud chorus of boos at a town hall meeting here.
"There are some who think we don't need to hear the voices of people in Pennsylvania or Indiana or North Carolina or Montana or any of the other states that haven't had their chance to vote," she said. "Well I disagree."
Clinton did not mention Michigan and Florida, the two states in which her campaign has been advocating for primary re-votes, using a similar argument that their voices deserve to be heard in the nominating process.
"Everyone's voices should count. We still have 10 contests and millions of people to go, and with Pennsylvania's help, I believe I will be the Democratic nominee for president."