Sen. Hillary Clinton used her big win in West Virginia on Tuesday to make her case that she has a better chance of beating the Republicans in the general election.
"I am more determined than ever to carry on this campaign," she told supporters in Charleston, West Virginia.
"I am in this race because I believe I am the strongest candidate. ... I can lead this party to victory in the general election if you lead me to victory now."
With half of the results in, Clinton was ahead of Sen. Barack Obama by a margin of more than 2-1.
Clinton has faced calls to drop out of the race because she trails Obama in delegates won, states won and the popular vote this primary season. Read full article »