Hillary Rodham Clinton

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New York voters enrolled in a party are going to the polls today to choose their presidential candidates.

Photo by University photographer Mark Schmidt

Former President Bill Clinton will make a handful of stops in New York today for his wife, 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Usually, New York is an afterthought when it comes to the presidential primary calendar. Not this year.

Robert Kennedy Jr, addressing gas pipeline opponents at a rally at the State Capitol on Tuesday.
Karen Dewitt

Fracktivists, as anti hydrofracking activists are called, hope to play a role in New York’s presidential primary. They are asking Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, as well as Republican candidates, to take a stand against the Constitution pipeline and other natural gas pipelines that if approved could criss- cross the state.

HRC Barnstorms Cohoes

Apr 5, 2016
Tuesday was a busy day for former New York Senator Hillary Clinton.
WAMC photo by Dave Lucas

Tuesday was a busy day for former New York Senator Hillary Clinton. The presidential hopeful trekked from Manhattan, where she appeared with Governor Andrew Cuomo, up to Albany where she met with Democratic lawmakers, then on to Cohoes. At stake: 274 delegates in the April 19th primary.

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Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton will visit the Capital Region on Monday.

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Fresh off a win in the South Carolina Democratic Primary, presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be returning to Massachusetts for a series of campaign events ahead of Super Tuesday. Democratic Challenger Bernie Sanders will also make an appearance.

  With the first votes just weeks away, the polls are tightening.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Union College political science professor Brad Hays tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock what he thinks Bernie Sanders’ chances are.

  Hillary Clinton officially kicked off her campaign earlier this month with a speech in New York City.

In today’s Congressional Corner, New York representative Sean Patrick Maloney tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that the former Secretary of State is the right choice for America.

  The field of presidential candidates keeps growing.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Connecticut Representative Elizabeth Esty gives WAMC’s Alan Chartock a hint about her choice.

This segment was recorded before Rep. Esty endorsed Hillary Clinton over the weekend.

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