"It's anyone's game": New Yorkers still don't know who they're voting for in tomorrow's primary

Salon talked with 11th hour voters

Published April 18, 2016 5:46PM (EDT)

The choice between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders is heavy on many New Yorkers' minds. The polls open tomorrow morning but 11th hour voters are still weighing their options, re-watching debates and waiting for a candidate to slip up — or say something undeniably convincing — in the final hour.

Others are 99 percent sure they know who gets their vote but think that might change when they get in the booth.

"For me it's a choice between my head and my heart," one New Yorker said. "It might be a knee jerk reaction when the actual moment arrives."

Watch our video to see what New Yorkers are thinking in the final hours before the New York democratic primary.

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