GARY, Ind. -- Hillary Clinton, who vowed earlier this month to stay in the race until Democratic officials figured out a way to seat the delegations of Michigan and Florida at the party's national convention in August, hinted yesterday that she might reconsider the state of her campaign if she loses in Indiana.Howie P.S.: IMHO this is about trying to tamp down perceptions that she is a "dead-ender" who is more focused on her own campaign than Democratic prospects in November.
Though polls show a deadlocked race in Indiana, Clinton cast herself as the underdog.
"It's going to be a tough state for me. About twenty-five percent of the state gets media from Chicago, which is certainly an advantage for Senator Obama," she said in an interview with an Evansville television station. "He is running a lot of ads, outspending me."