MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. - Democratic presidential hopeful and Chappaqua resident Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance in Mount Vernon on Sunday, where she spoke at Grace Baptist Church.
Clinton has been making the rounds in New York recently, in advance of Tuesday’s primary election, including stops in Long Island, Staten Island, Albany, Brooklyn and Manhattan.
On Monday, Clinton made an additional stop in Westchester, where she reportedly spoke to staff and patients at St. John’s Riverside Hospital in Yonkers.
According to reports, during her stop at Sunday services at Grace Baptist, she spoke out against gun violence and killings by police and the threats that young African Americans face in the country.
The former Secretary of State will be challenged by Brooklyn-native Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary, while Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump hopes for a hometown victory in the GOP primary over Ted Cruz and John Kasich.
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