Washington (AP) Hillary Rodham Clinton is following up on her win in the Pennsylvania primary with a pitch to democratic superdelegates.
Clinton spent time Wednesday night and yesterday morning in meetings at the headquarters of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee on Capitol Hill.
A Clinton spokesman says the former first lady's pitch included her stance that she “would be the best candidate to defeat Republican John McCain in November.”
On the campaign trail in yesterday, Clinton told supporters she wants to bring troops home from Iraq “as responsibly and quickly as we can.”
Meanwhile, Barack Obama was wooing union activists in Chicago, saying McCain doesn't offer “any meaningful change” from the policies of President Bush.
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