WOODBURY - Three presidential hopefuls are making stops on Long Island in the days ahead with just over two weeks until the New York primary elections.
It marks the first time in quite a few years that the Republican and Democratic presidential nominees have not been decided before the Empire State's primaries, so the contenders are setting their sights on New York.
Republican John Kasich will be at Hofstra University and the Paramount in Huntington on Monday. On Wednesday, Donald Trump is set to hold a rally at Grumman Studios in Bethpage.
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton is expected to attend a fundraiser in Suffolk next week.
Sen. Bernie Sanders also recently opened a Brooklyn campaign office ahead of the primaries, and he spoke in the Bronx last week. Ted Cruz made a campaign stop in Manhattan at the end of March.
Voters will cast their votes in the New York primaries on April 19.