U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign event in Buffalo, New York, U.S., April 18, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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New York goes to the polls Tuesday in a pivotal presidential primary tipped to hand Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump victories in the race to clinch the Democratic and Republican tickets to the White House.The polls open at 6:00 am (1000 GMT) and close at 9:00 pm (0100 GMT Wednesday) when Clinton and Trump have scheduled what they hope will be victory parties in Manhattan.To the disadvantage of Vermont senator Sanders, only New York's 5.8 million registered Democrats and 2.7 million registered Republicans are eligible to vote. Uniquely, three of the candidates lay claim to calling New York home: Trump, who has never lived anywhere else, Clinton who was twice elected the state's U.S. senator, and Sanders who was raised in Brooklyn.On the Republican side, Trump hopes that winning the majority of New York's 95 Republican delegates can lessen his chances of facing a contested nomination at the party convention in Cleveland.Cruz, who is widely disliked in New York, limited himself to only private meetings and television appearances in New York Monday.
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