Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. greets CWU workers at a Verizon workers picket line, Wednesday, April 13, 2016, in the Brooklyn borough of New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
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The Transport Workers Union Local 100, representing 42,000 workers in the New York region, backed Sanders as he struggled to dent Clinton's lead in a state each has called home.Clinton, a former two-term senator from New York, scored her own union endorsement from Local 3 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, representing more than 27,000 area workers.The former U.S. secretary of state has 1,758 delegates to Sanders' 1,069, according to the Associated Press.Clinton Wednesday also won backing from New York's Daily News, which called her a "superprepared warrior realist" who understands the economic toll the country has faced, while labeling Sanders "utterly unprepared" with "politically impossible" goals.
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