Hillary Clinton is scheduled to bring her campaign for president to Buffalo Friday. Despite Clinton's sizable lead in delegates, the stakes are high for her in New York.
Clinton's first stop is at Roswell Park Cancer Institute followed by an organizational event at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum.
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown believes Clinton's campaign is gaining momentum and support across the country.
"She has the right message," Brown said. "She has a practical message. She has clear plans for moving the economy forward."
Brown points out that Clinton represented New York in the Senate for eight years. He says it's important that the Mayor of Buffalo and other elected leaders across the state have a working relationship with potentially the next President.