Sanders, Clinton stump in NYC

Democratic presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were both out speaking to voters in the city on Saturday.

Democratic presidential hopefuls are stumping for votes in two boroughs today.

Democratic presidential hopefuls are stumping for votes in two boroughs today. (4/9/16)

BROOKLYN - Democratic presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were both out speaking to voters in the city on Saturday.

Bernie Sanders made a stop at Bronx Community College today, after he spoke to crowds of supporters in both Midwood and Greenpoint Friday.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made an appearance in Industry City Saturday, appealing to Latino voters. Clinton also rallied at Medgar Evers College joined by Rep. Nydia Velázquez and Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Toby Love earlier this week.

"I will defend a woman's right to make her own healthcare decisions," Clinton said Saturday. "And I will, as I always have, defend Planned Parenthood from these partisan attacks."

Outside Clinton's event, protesters claimed her venue choice was actually taking a stand against Latino New Yorkers. They said Industry City, a business hub along the waterfront, is hurting the community by pricing out residents, including Latinos.

Sanders will be joining Clinton in a live debate in Brooklyn on Thursday.

Democratic presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were both out speaking to voters in the city on Saturday.

Bernie Sanders made a stop at Bronx Community College today, after he spoke to crowds of supporters in both Midwood and Greenpoint Friday.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made an appearance in Industry City Saturday, appealing to Latino voters. Clinton also rallied at Medgar Evers College joined by Rep. Nydia Velázquez and Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Toby Love earlier this week.

"I will defend a woman's right to make her own healthcare decisions," Clinton said. "And I will, as I always have, defend Planned Parenthood from these partisan attacks."

Outside Clinton's event, protesters claimed her venue choice was actually taking a stand against Latino New Yorkers. Protesters say Industry City, a business hub along the waterfront, is hurting the community by pricing out residents, including Latinos.

The New York primary is April 19.

Sanders will be joining Clinton in a live debate in Brooklyn on Thursday.

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