With just days to go until Election Day, Gov. Kathy Hochul brought in some Democratic heavy hitters to help get out the vote.

She held a rally at Barnard College in Manhattan with Vice President Kamala Harris and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in an effort to energize Democrats to get out to the polls.

What You Need To Know

  • Vice President Kamala Harris and Hillary Clinton urged Democratic voters to support Gov. Kathy Hochul

  • The rally at Barnard College featured a lineup of all women speakers for the main event

  • Hochul has been doing get-out-the-vote rallies all week

Hochul spent most of the summer and early fall running on abortion rights and relying on pricey TV ads, before pivoting to public safety after polls showed that was the top issue for voters.

But at a rally for women in Manhattan she took the conversation back to reproductive rights once again.

“Don’t take it for granted because I’ve heard my opponent say, ‘oh don’t worry, the day after the Dobbs decision nothing changed in the state of New York, so don’t worry.’ You know why nothing changed in the state of New York? Because I’m the governor,” Hochul told the crowd.

It was a lineup of all women speakers for the main event, including Harris, who urged the crowd not to sit this election out.

“Let’s just get down to business because we do have five days,” Harris said. “And sometimes five days can seem like a lot of time, but in this case we don’t have a lot of time to do something very big. And that is to elect Kathy Hochul the next and continuing governor of New York.”

Clinton talked about her deep admiration for Hochul as a person and as a candidate.

“She’s from New York she’s from the Buffalo area, she gets the fact that upstate New York really began the industrial revolution in America,” Clinton said. “We have the chance to bring it back if we have Kathy Hochul for governor.”

On Friday, Hochul is holding another get-out-the-vote rally. This time with Rep. Adriano Espaillat, in Upper Manhattan. Then over the weekend she is expected to be joined on the campaign trail by former President Bill Clinton.