Democratic Presidential Candidate Senator Bernie Sanders speaks at a rally at St. Mary's Park in the Bronx borough March 31, 2016 in New York City. Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images/AFP
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The U.S. presidential circus is barnstorming New York, where adoptive daughter Hillary Clinton and native-born sons Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are battling to win the state's most important primary in decades.This year, New Yorkers also have the unique choice of three candidates who consider the state their home: celebrity Manhattan tycoon Trump, Brooklyn-born Sanders and two-time senator Clinton.Clinton leads Sanders 54 to 42 percent, according to the latest Quinnipiac University survey.The only path for Sanders to win the nomination is to win Wisconsin on April 5 and sock it to Clinton in the New York primary on April 19 .On Wednesday, Clinton hit New York hard, stopping off at a popular cafe and addressing her fan base in Harlem, the historically African American neighborhood that has welcomed the Clintons for decades. Although born and raised in Illinois, Clinton moved with husband, former president Bill Clinton, to New York when they left the White House in 2001 .
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