New York is set to host its first primary election in the United States since Donald Trump won the presidency in November.
On Saturday, New York City voters will vote in the state’s April 27 primary, the second most important vote in New York.
The election will be held in a closed primary system that requires a primary election winner to officially enter the race to run for the presidency, the New York Times reported.
Voters will also choose delegates to the Republican National Convention and to the Democratic National Convention.
Primary elections in New Jersey and Delaware will take place on April 10, 2020.
The United States’ second-largest city is one of two states where the Republican presidential nominee has not secured the nomination.
Trump, who won the New Hampshire primary, and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, who has been leading the race for months, are both in the running to be the Republican nominee.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and Texas Senator Ted Cruz have also been mentioned as candidates.
Clinton and Sanders have both been battling in the race, with the Vermont senator leading in recent polls.
New York City’s election has been shrouded in mystery for weeks.
Last week, it was reported that New York Mayor Bill de Blasio would attend the state election.
In a statement to reporters after the news broke, de Blasio said, “We will have a full and fair campaign and the election will take a few months.”
In an interview with The New York Post, deZarno said that it was “not a question of time.”
“It’s a question about timing,” he said.
“I don’t know how the process will work, I think, with what’s going on right now in the world.”
De Blasio, a former mayor, served as the city’s mayor for four years before taking over in January 2017.
Earlier this month, deBlasio said that he plans to attend the primary election as well, but said he has no plans to run in 2020.
“I will have no plans at this time,” he told CNN.