- "There are six states that vote today, millions of voters who are going to cast their votes," Mook said
- "This is a great milestone. We're on the verge of making history," he added
"There's a lot of people we want to make sure turn out today. We don't want to send a message that anybody's vote doesn't count," Robby Mook, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, told CNN's Alisyn Camerota on "New Day." "Hillary said at the beginning of this campaign, she was going to fight for every single vote. That's what we're going to do."
Clinton clinched the Democratic presidential nomination Monday, according to CNN's delegate and superdelegate count, and will become the first woman in the 240-year history of the United States to lead the presidential ticket of a major political party.
"This is a great milestone. We're on the verge of making history," Mook added.
The final Super Tuesday contests include voters in California, New Jersey, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota and South Dakota.
"There are six states that vote today, millions of voters who are going to cast their votes," Mook said. "We wanted to stay focused on earning as much support as possible, earning as many delegates as possible."