Bernie Sanders to hold rally in Prospect Park ahead of NY primary

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will hold a campaign rally Sunday in Prospect Park ahead of the NY primary next week. The event will include

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will hold a campaign rally Sunday in Prospect Park ahead of the NY primary next week.

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will hold a campaign rally Sunday in Prospect Park ahead of the NY primary next week. (4/13/16)

BROOKLYN - Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will hold a campaign rally Sunday in Prospect Park ahead of the NY primary next week. 

The event will include appearances by Danny Devito, Justin Long and the Brooklyn-based band " Grizzly Bear." 

Sanders spoke to supporters in Syracuse yesterday, saying how his campaign shows that it doesn't necessarily take big bucks to run for the White House.

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