Bill Clinton heads back to Buffalo Monday

Posted at 3:05 AM, Apr 18, 2016

Former President Bill Clinton is heading back to Buffalo on Monday, to help campaign for his wife, Hillary Clinton, ahead of Tuesday's New York Primary.

Clinton will attend a phonebank kick-off Monday morning at 10:30 a.m. at 671 Seneca Street in Buffalo.

You can RSVP for this event on Hillary Clinton's official website.

Governor Andrew Cuomo is expected to join Clinton at the stop in Buffalo.

Recent polls show Clinton with a double-digit lead over Bernie Sanders in the state of New York. Both Sanders and Clinton are campaigning in New York City Monday.

Bill Clinton and Cuomo are attending a similar event in Rochester Monday afternoon. That event is at 2:15 p.m. at 1150 University Avenue. You can RSVP for the Rochester event on Hillary Clinton's website.