On Saturday afternoon, Barack Obama supporters marched across the Brooklyn Bridge shouting the senator’s slogan “Yes We Can.” A short subway ride away on the No. 6 train, Hillary Clinton backers put on a rally in Manhattan’s Union Square where “Madame President” echoed throughout the park.

In a city where the Giants and their Super Bowl heroics loomed large, there seemed to be as much conversation – and action – generated by the pre-election hoopla for Super Tuesday.

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RALLYING HARD: The Clinton and Obama campaigns hit city streets, churches – and even bars – in search of votes. Here's a look at the last-minute scramble.