'We Can Do Great Things if We Do Them Together': Hillary Wins NY Dem Primary
Hillary Clinton addressed supporters at her headquarters in New York, saying "there's no place like home."
"New Yorkers, you've always had my back," she said. "And I've always tried to have yours."
Clinton noted that her campaign is the only one on either side to win more than 10 million votes.
"To all the people who supported Bernie Sanders, I believe there is much more that unites us, than divides us. ...
"As Robert Kennedy -- whose Senate seat I was honored to hold -- once said, 'We are a great country, an unselfish country, and a compassionate country.' And no matter what anyone tells you or what you might hear from others running for president, that is still true today. America is great and we can do great things if we do them together."
Watch the speech above.
Hillary Clinton is the winner of the New York Democratic primary, Fox News projects.
Polls had showed that the former senator was widely favored to bring in a victory from her adoptive home state.
Martha MacCallum earlier tonight broke down Fox News' early exit polls, which may help to explain Clinton's win. They showed that about 32 percent of New York Democratic voters who want their next president to have "the right experience" went for the former secretary of state.
Conversely, 29 percent of those voters who said they are looking for a candidate who is "honest and trustworthy" appeared to go for Bernie Sanders.
Watch more of the exit poll returns from tonight's historic New York primary, here.