Are you feeling a little Berned out? Then get ready for Hillary Clinton, who will be in New York City tomorrow with a speech at the Reverend Al Sharpton's National Action Network Convention and then an organizing event in the Bronx.

Clinton's remarks at the NAN 25th Anniversary Convention, held at the Sheraton Times Square, are open to the public who register here. She'll be speaking at 12:15 p.m. Back in 2007, Clinton spoke at the "Sharpton primary" as did lesser-known then-Senator Barack Obama, who didn't win over the crowd as much as Clinton.

Then, at 7 p.m. (doors open at 5 p.m.), Clinton will be at the Dreiser Loop Community Center at 177 Dreiser Loop in the Bronx. The public can RSVP here.

The Bronx event is at the same time as Bernie Sanders' big Washington Square Park rally-slash-Vampire Weekend concert. Clinton has had fewer big events in New York, presumably because she's been our senator for years and a known personality for decades—not to mention the fact that she's been campaigning for a year (!):

She is also leading Sanders by 13 points in the latest NY1/Baruch College poll. The two candidates will debate on April 14 at the Brooklyn Navy Yard; CNN will be broadcasting the showdown, which starts at 9 p.m.

The New York State primary is on April 19 and is opened to registered Democrats and Republicans... as long as the NY State Board of Elections has your information correct.