NEW YORK (FOX 5 NEWS) - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton courted minority voters during a meeting with Rev. Al Sharpton and other community leaders at the National Urban League office on Wall Street. She faces a tough fight in the upcoming South Carolina primary
Sharpton met with Clinton's rival Bernie Sanders in Sylvia's in Harlem last week.
He has not endorsed either candidate. First he wants answers about they will help the black community. Sharpton wants to see where each candidate stands on the future of the Supreme Court and voter rights.
Clinton then went on to give a speech in Harlem.
She is ahead in South Carolina polls, but appears in a tight race with sanders ahead of the Nevada caucus.
Sanders beat Clinton by a sizeable margin in the New Hampshire primary. They were virtually tied in the Iowa caucus.