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Mayor Brown Conducts Final Get Out the Vote

By Eileen Buckley

Buffalo, NY – Buffalo Mayor Brown will be working to get out the vote on this Super Tuesday.

"It is my hope that there will be a big victory for Senator Clinton. From everything I am hearing and seeing she will score a resounding victory in New York State," noted Brown.

Brown says he will be making one more final round of phone calls asking voters to support Hillary Clinton.

Brown says he was invited by Senator Clinton to come to New York City for tonight's results. But Brown is not sure he will attend.

"We will see. I'm probably going to be working on phone calls, some more going door to door going to different places in the community to try to pull out the vote," said Brown Over the past several days, Brown has worked vigorously going door to door asking on behalf of Clinton.