Cynthia Nixon is making one last fundraising push as she tries to get her message out to primary voters.
Tickets went for as much as $10,000 to an event Friday night that drew actors, artists and activists.
Nixon has struggled to match Cuomo's fundraising. She has less than $500,000 left in her campaign account, while Cuomo still has $16 million on hand.
Nixon notes she's taking no corporate contributions and has more individual donors and says she's part of a movement in the party.
"We have a Democratic Party leadership that is much whiter, and so much older, and so much straighter, and so much more beholden to corporate America than the base of the Democratic Party. But we are taking the Democratic Party back," she said.
Earlier Friday, Nixon visited her old elementary school, PS 75 on the Upper West Side, where she greeted parents and students.