By Globe Staff
John Edwards vowed to cheering supporters that, despite his third-place finish, he is not getting out of the race. He said that he wanted to be “absolutely clear” that he is in the race through the convention and he intends to be the nominee of the party.
“I am in this race until we have actually restored the American dream and strengthened and restored the middle class of America,” he said.
He said that only about one half of one percent of Americans have voted. And the voices of the remaining 99 percent deserved to be heard.
“We have too much in America of people’s voices not being heard,” he said.
“Two races down, 48 states left to go,” he said.