(CNN)— Hillary Clinton continued to push back pressure to drop out of the presidential race Monday night, once again accusing rival Barack Obama and his supporters of trying to stop voting before every state can weigh in.
In an interview with WNCT in North Carolina Clinton said, “I know that a lot of Senator Obama’s supporters have tried to stop this election before people have a chance to vote.”
The New York senator has made similar remarks at stations in Indiana whose primary is May 3 and in Montana where they vote June 3.
The Obama campaign called the charges “completely laughable.”
Bill and Hillary Clinton have rejected the wishes of Obama’s supporters since the calls from Sen. Leahy and Sen. Dodd came last week urging Clinton to drop out of the race.
Obama himself has said Clinton can stay in the race as long as she wants. "She is a fierce and formidable competitor, and she obviously believes that she would make the best nominee and the best president," the Illinois senator said last week.
Campaigning over the weekend in Pennsylvania, Bill Clinton told a group of supporters that party insiders looking to stop the election process needed to step back and let the process move forward.
“We just need to relax and let this happen,” said the former President. “Nobody’s talking about wrecking the party.”
The Clinton campaign also released a fundraising email Saturday, signed by Bill Clinton, urging her supporters to donate to her campaign in response to calls from Obama’s allies for the race to end.
“There’s no better way to tell Hillary that you support her staying in than to make a contribution to her campaign,” Bill Clinton wrote.
Related: Glenn Beck says the voters should decide if Clinton should drop out
–CNN's Emily Sherman