News-Decoder correspondent Enrique Shore shadowed U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders as they criss-crossed New York City for votes in the Democratic primary.
News-Decoder correspondent Enrique Shore shadowed U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders as they criss-crossed New York City this month for votes in the state’s Democractic Party primary election.
Clinton won the state contest on Tuesday, pushing her closer to her party’s nomination for the U.S. presidential election in November.
While Shore focused on Clinton and Sanders, he encountered more than a few demonstrators both for and against Republican candidate Donald Trump, who easily won his party’s primary in New York on Tuesday.
Here are some photos that Shore took as he followed the politicians from borough to borough.
Enrique Shore is a photographer and pictures editor with three decades experience covering World Cups, Olympics, presidential elections, summits and the first Gulf War. He was Reuters chief photographer for Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay, then based in Madrid in charge of the Iberian peninsula. He later looked after media clients in Spain and Portugal. He is currently an independent photographer, editor and consultant based in New York.