New York 'Feels the Bern' at Huge Sanders Rally
Bernie Sanders spoke to a near-record-breaking crowd in front of the iconic arch of New York's Washington Square Park.
Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks under the arch at historic Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village, New York City, on April 13. While Sanders is still significantly behind Hillary Clinton in the delegate count, he continues to run a spirited campaign that has resonated with young and liberal voters with a near-record-breaking 27,000 person rally.
Jane Sanders stands with her husband at the rally.
Sanders supporters Natalia Plaza, left, and Suzanne Tufan wait for Sanders to speak.
A supporter wears Bernie stickers before his rally. The candidates are campaigning heavily in New York State ahead of the state's presidential primary on April 19.
A crowd gathers around the Washington Square Arch for Bernie Sanders' campaign rally in New York.
Director Spike Lee speaks at the campaign rally for Bernie Sanders in New York.
A supporter sells shirts before the rally.
Lewis Bamsey wears a Stormtrooper mask at the rally.
A supporter wears a Sanders yarmulke at the rally.
People climb a tree to watch the rally in New York on April 13.