ABC News' Eloise Harper reports: Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., reiterated her feelings about caucuses, after winning in Nevada on Saturday.
"I still have concerns about caucuses," Clinton said. "I met people today, when I was visiting a couple of hotels, who said they couldn't get off work. To me, the caucuses don't provide the broad base of participation that I have fought for my entire life."
Clinton was asked about the current dispute over delegates between herself and Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill.
She said she didn't know about the result of the argument, stating, "Nobody really knows, and we are looking very good. Obviously, this is about delegates, but this is about what people are voting for, who they think the best president will be."
When asked if she was aware of any "dirty" politics in her campaign, as rivals have suggested, Clinton said, "Well, I don't have any response to that. We had a very effective campaign." Clinton added, "I got a significant share of the popular vote."
Clinton is heading to St. Louis, Mo., for a rally, and will then spend the day in New York on Sunday.