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Rep. Nadler encourages New Yorkers to 'get out and vote' after casting primary ballot

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NBC's Sahil Kapur spoke to Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., after he cast his ballot in his New York primary race against another House Democrat. He encouraged New Yorkers to get out and vote and claimed he was "the more principled progressive."