Wendy Long, the Republican candidate looking to unseat U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, met briefly with reporters in Buffalo Tuesday.
Siena Research Institute's Greenberg says Long gained no momentum from last month's GOP primary. Greenberg says Gillibrand has a commanding 62-to-25-percent lead over her challenger.
"Wendy Long has a very steep, uphill climb," Greenberg said.
After a campaign swing across New York, Long spoke to reporters at the Buffalo Airport before flying back to New York City.