New Yorkers finally got their say in the presidential race Tuesday. On the eve of the primary, Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump were in the lead. As New Yorkers voted across the city, NY City Lens reporters talked to them, observed, and listened to what they had to say.
Dems Give Peace a Chance
UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan - About a hundred feet from the entrance of the polling station at PS 163 on West 97th Street, two campaign tables were set up next to each other. Signs for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton hung from one; signs for
Dozens of New Yorkers gathered in the back room of 132 Lounge in Brooklyn Heights for a Team Bernie watch party in the Democratic candidate’s hometown, awaiting the final razor-close count of votes from the Iowa caucuses.