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Hillary Clinton said she will take the race for the Democratic presidential nomination "a day at a time" and is reviewing all options as she moves forward in her campaign.

"People have been trying to get me out of this race since Iowa and my political obituary has yet to be written and we're going forward," she told reporters Sunday before leaving Puerto Rico, where she snared 68 percent of the vote to win the majority of the delegates in the Caribbean U.S. territory.

After Tuesday's primaries in Montana and South Dakota -- the party's last contests -- superdelegates will push either Clinton or Sen. Barack Obama to the 2,118 delegates needed to secure the party's nomination. Read full article »

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