Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonEllison holds edge in DNC race Democrats face fierce urgency of 2018 FEC commissioner: 'I will not be silenced' MORE took to the stage Tuesday night to declare that her three wins in Ohio, North Carolina and Florida are moving her "closer to securing the Democratic Party's nomination," as she continues to pull ahead of rival Bernie SandersBernie SandersA guide to the committees: Senate Ellison holds edge in DNC race Rep. John Lewis: Ellison is 'right person' to lead DNC MORE.  

"This is another super Tuesday for our campaign," she said during a victory rally in Florida.
 
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"Although we are waiting for the results in Illinois and Missouri, we will add to our delegate lead roughly 300 with over 2 million more votes nationwide."
 
Clinton's campaign said last week it believed the White House hopeful's delegate lead over Sanders is nearing the "insurmountable," so the strong Tuesday result will likely only embolden the campaign.   
 
The former first lady briefly acknowledged Sanders, congratulating him for the "vigorous campaign he's waging." But after that, she pivoted toward comments geared mainly at the general election and an increasingly likely fight against Donald TrumpDonald TrumpPoll: Majority of Americans fear US will become involved in another major war Ellison holds edge in DNC race WH adviser Stephen Miller: 'Nothing wrong' with Trump travel order MORE
 
"When we hear a candidate for president call for rounding up 12 million immigrants, banning all Muslims from entering the United States — when he embraces torture, that doesn't make him strong, it makes him wrong," Clinton said. 
 
"If we win in November, I know our future will be brighter tomorrow than yesterday."