Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, addressing supporters in Pennsylvania, during New York's primary day, ''We are going to do just fine tonight in New York.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, addressing supporters in Pennsylvania on New York's primary day, says, "We are going to do just fine tonight in New York." Opinion polls in New York put Clinton, a former U.S. senator from the state, ahead of Brooklyn-born Sanders of Vermont in the Democratic race. The state has been the scene of some of their harshest exchanges during a long campaign. Clinton hopes to recapture the momentum she lost to Sanders, winner of seven of the last eight state-by-state nominating contests. Clinton has 1,758 of the 2,383 party convention delegates needed to win the Democratic nomination to Sanders' 1,076 delegates, according to an Associated Press tally. A total of 291 delegates are up for grabs in New York, and a big Clinton win there could make her delegate lead nearly insurmountable.