BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) - Buffalo was 'ground zero' Monday in the race for New York's next governor.
Democrat front-runner Andrew Cuomo accompanied candidate for attorney general Eric Schneiderman and Congressman Brian Higgins at a 'Get out the Vote' event on Buffalo's east side Monday.
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown and Cuomo's running mate Bob Duffy also attended the event at the Bennett Smith Family Life Center on Michigan Avenue.
Cuomo holds a double-digit lead in the latest polls over Paladino heading into election night.
Cuomo's opponent, Republican Carl Paladino held several events in Buffalo Monday evening, after making stops in Rochester, Batavia and a few other Western New York towns.
Paladino held a 'Get out the Vote' rally at his campaign headquarters at the Ellicott Square Building on Main Street Monday evening, after a stop in South Buffalo.
Paladino, who trails in the polls, reminds voters that he also trailed Rick Lazio in the primary race before beating him in a statistical landslide
Channel 7's Laura Gray covered the Cuomo visit with John Borsa talking LIVE with Carl Paladino on Eyewitness News.
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Paladino, who trails in the polls, reminds voters that he also trailed Rick Lazio in the primary race before beating him in a statistical landslide.