From NBC/NJ's Athena Jones
TOLEDO, Ohio -- Hillary Clinton said Monday she felt good about the state of the race in Ohio and that she was "just warming up."
The comment came in response to a question at then end of a press conference about what happens if Tuesday's results are tight.
"I'm just getting warmed up," Clinton said, before adding "onward and upward" as she left the podium. Earlier, when asked how she would measure success in Tuesday's contests, she simply said "winning" without elaborating.
She said she was prepared to head on to Pennsylvania and was asked about a report over the weekend quoting former candidate Bill Richardson calling Tuesday D-Day and suggesting she should bow out if she doesn't have clear victories tomorrow.
"Well, we're going to see what happens tomorrow, and I feel good about tomorrow," she said. "Obviously, this is a very close race. We're within the margin of error both with the popular vote and the delegate count, and I feel very good about what's going to happen tomorrow. Let's wait and let people actually vote before we start commenting on something that hasn't happened yet."
The senator asked the press to substitute her name for Obama's regarding controversy over whether an adviser of his met with Canadian officials to downplay his criticism of NAFTA, suggesting reporters would treat her differently under the same circumstances.
"I would ask you to look at this story, substitute my name for Sen. Obama's name and see what you would do with this story. That's what I would ask you to do," she said. "If some of my economic advisers had been having private meetings with foreign governments basically saying ignore what I'm saying because it's only political rhetoric, I think it raises serious questions."