Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Sanders wins majority of NY counties despite Clinton victory

Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton had a decisive victory in Tuesday’s New York presidential primary, but rival Bernie Sanders won a majority of the counties in the state.
The Vermont senator won most of the counties, including Albany County, where the capital is located.
This is how New York is voting for Sanders and Clinton: 

Clinton’s victory came largely from sweeping all of New York City’s boroughs and the surrounding counties, as well as the cities of Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse.


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