Polls are open in New York, where both parties are engaged in intense primary battles. It is a rare election featuring three candidates with strong New York ties. The latest polls show Donald Trump with a commanding lead on the Republican side, and Hillary Clinton leading Brooklyn-born Bernie Sanders. But that gap has closed to about 10 points.
Meantime, dozens of New York voters have launched a lawsuit against the state, claiming their party affiliations on their voter registration were switched or removed, leaving them unable to vote. Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Stephen Nessen of WNYC for the latest on the New York primary.
This segment aired on April 19, 2016.