Race to New York Primary: Kasich Gives ‘Two Paths' Speech in NYC

The presidential candidates are picking up speed with just a week to go until the New York primary. John Kasich and Bill Clinton will be dashing around New York City on Tuesday as Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump hold rallies upstate. Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, will be attending a round-table in Manhattan, a day after holding a forum on gun violence on Long Island.


John Kasich will spend the entire day in New York City. His first stop is the Women’s National Republican Club on West 51st Street. He’ll deliver a “Two Paths Facing America” speech there at 10:30 a.m.

He’s then heading to Brooklyn to tour a matzo bakery, just as Ted Cruz did last week. Kasich visits the Congregation Satmar Matzoh Bakery in Williamsburg at 12:45 p.m.

Kasich’s final stop is the Shema Kolainu School in Borough Park. The school provides broad spectrum education and therapeutic programs to children with autism spectrum disorder.

Donald Trump holds a rally in Rome, outside of Syracuse, at 4 p.m. before he heads to Washington, D.C. for a CNN town hall.

Ted Cruz does not have events planned in New York.


Hillary Clinton kicks off the day at an equal pay roundtable at The Times Center on West 41st Street at 9:30 a.m.

Meanwhile, Bill Clinton is holding a campaign organizing event at the Mudan Banquet Hall in Flushing with Democratic congresswoman Grace Meng at 10:30 a.m. After that, Bill is heading to the American Irish Historical Society in Manhattan for another campaign event with Democratic congressman Joe Crowley at 2:15 p.m. He then heads to Washington, D.C.

Bernie Sanders has three rallies upstate: one in Rochester at 10 a.m., another in Syracuse at 2 p.m., and a third in Poughkeepsie at 7 p.m.

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