(CNN) - Hillary Clinton met with Democratic Party officials and undecided members of Congress Tuesday afternoon to make her case for the party's nomination and press for a resolution to seating the delegations of Florida and Michigan.
The meeting, which lasted approximately two hours, took place at the Democratic National Committee headquarters.
Clinton spoke briefly to cameras while departing the building, saying she had met with "members of Congress and others who have a role to play in this process."
She refused to say if she won any commitments from any undecided superdelegates.
It was not immediately clear with which members of Congress Clinton met.