Hillary Rodham Clinton says she expects her marathon Democratic race against Barack Obama to be resolved next week.
In a conference call with Montana reporters, Clinton said Friday: "I think that after the final primaries, people are going to start making up their minds. I think that is the natural progression that one would expect."
Montana and South Dakota hold the final primaries Tuesday.
Clinton says superdelegates will have to decide who is the stronger candidate in the fall.
Clinton said, "I think that people will have to ask themselves those questions, who would be the best president in terms of preparation and readiness and effectiveness, and who would be the stronger candidate."