Race to New York Primary: Candidates Try to Get Out the Vote One Day Before the Primary

New York's primary election is set for Tuesday

With just one more day before New Yorkers head to the polls Tuesday for the Empire State's primary election, Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will be in the city urging residents to vote, while Republican candidates Donald Trump and John Kasich will try to woo voters upstate.


Hillary Clinton joined Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords and Planned Parenthood Action Fund President Cecile Richards to discuss her policies on women and incomes, among other issues, at the Hilton midtown.  

Bernie Sanders took a walk through midtown Manhattan on Monday morning. He began a short stroll in Bryant Park and was making his way downtown toward the Macy's in Herald Square. Along the way he met with several New Yorkers, posing for photos and talking politics.

Monday night he's scheduled to attend a "get out the vote" rally at Point South Park in Long Island City, Queens. Sanders will welcome actor Danny Glover, Fisher Stevens and the band TV on the Radio. 


Donald Trump will campaign upstate Monday night, holding a rally at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo.

John Kasich attends two separate campaign events in upstate New York. Monday morning he held a town hall at the Solvay Youth Center in Syracuse. Monday afternoon he in Schenectady where he'll take questions from the media and then hold another town hall at the armory. 

Ted Cruz is looking past New York where he trails Kasich, he spent part of the day in Maryland.

Contact Us