Hillary Clinton could get burned by Wisconsin voters in today’s Democratic primary, based on the latest polls, so the former secretary of state has set her focus on the upcoming battleground of New York. On Tuesday night, Clinton opted to hold an event just outside of Albany, New York, in an effort to shore up support in the state where she served as a senator for six years. By contrast, Bernie Sanders held a rally in Milwaukee in a late-hour push to rally supporters in Wisconsin’s open primary. Sanders is ahead of Clinton in Wisconsin by 48-45 percent, according to an average of recent polls measured by the website Real Clear Politics. Wisconsin’s open primary system, which allows independents to cast votes, is also likely to be a boon for Sanders.