King said later in the same Morning Joe interview that he wasn’t endorsing John Kasich because he wanted “to keep my powder dry” for a convention endorsement.
Millions of New Yorkers will be unable to take part in today’s voting: aside from the scores of independent voters who are ineligible to take part in closed party primaries, in which only party members can vote, many thousands more have reportedly discovered recently that their voter registrations had been changed.
Last week, a Superior Court judge in Connecticut denied a motion by lawyers for Bushmaster Fire Arms International, the rifle’s manufacturer, to dismiss the law suit, allowing the litigation to continue.
At Bernie Sanders’ rally in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, thousands of supporters, most of them young, gathered Sunday for what seemed more like a concert than a campaign stop. On Monday, Hillary Clinton brought her supporters together in a midtown Manhattan hotel where there was one distinct difference besides the absence of a band named Grizzly Bear: the age of many of those in attendance.
Neither Trump nor his audience batted an eye at the mistake — though that silence wasn’t as powerful as Trump’s was last fall, when he refused to support the James Zadroga Act, which permanently extended heath care benefits to 9/11 first responders.
WFP has chapters in several states, but its ancestral homeland is New York, where party activists have been working to mobilize volunteers, bring in local endorsements, and get out the vote on behalf of Sanders.
Trump, the Republican billionaire developer from New York, and Clinton, the Democratic former U.S. senator from New York, have maintained double-digit poll leads in the state for weeks.
New York, which will award 291 delegates on a proportional basis Tuesday, offers Clinton her latest, best chance to put the nomination out of Sanders’ reach.
“Although Lucero’s murder represented the apex of anti-immigrant violence in Suffolk County to date, it was hardly an isolated incident.”
Campaigning with less than a week left before the New York primaries, Bernie Sanders held a massive rally in Manhattan yesterday evening. It was reported that 27,000 people filled every empty space in Washington Square Park to listen to him reiterate his message of social and economic justice, as well as his belief that he would win the state’s primary.
Trump may have brought “millions of new voters” out to vote, but he forgot to make sure his own children could vote for him.
Gov. Chris Christie doesn’t have any plans to campaign with Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump in neighboring New York in the coming days. The New Jersey governor brushed off a question about stumping for Trump during a press conference in Atlantic City on Wednesday.