Clinton: 'I want to get every voter back'
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"I want to get every voter back. I'm going to keep working during this primary to earn every vote and to make it clear that I'm running an inclusive campaign," she said on CBS's "Face The Nation" on Sunday.

"I want to knock down barriers for all Americans, not just some of them."

Clinton said she hopes voters will look at all of the candidates — including her — a second and third time. She said she plans to keep relaying her message and emphasizing that she is prepared for the position.

"I'm going to keep reaching out and demonstrating unequivocally that if people are frustrated, discouraged, upset by what's happening in the economy or the government or political system, that I come ready, prepared to do what's necessary to make progress," she said.

"And I think that's a very strong case."