KINGSTON, N.Y. -- The final push for voters before the Democratic primary for governor is on and challenger Cynthia Nixon stopped in Kingston over the weekend.

Nixon met with about 100 supporters Sunday afternoon at Broadway and Grand streets.

Her message while in the city was -- don't count her out. She pointed to high turnouts in primary elections around the country as being a sign that New York's primary election is going to be more interesting than polls suggest.

She says more than a half-million voters who have newly registered in the last two years are going to make a difference.

"Those are the voters who catapulted Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. They're not counting us, but we're here and we're coming for them,” Nixon said.

Attorney General Candidate Zephyr Teachout also made an appearance at the event.