Hillary Rodham Clinton says she's going to keep going full throttle for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The New York senator spoke to supporters in Indianapolis on Tuesday night as the Indiana primary cliffhanger continued to unfold. She held a narrow lead in the state through the evening, hours after rival Barack Obama scored a convincing victory in North Carolina.
In what was perhaps a nod to her uphill struggle to overcome Obama's lead in delegates, Clinton pledged anew that she'll swing behind the Democratic nominee "no matter what happens."
She says she's taking the contest forward to the states holding contests this month -- West Virginia, Kentucky and Oregon -- and plans to work her heart out.