One customer confronted Nixon who assured them she knew what she was ordering.
Who comes out on top may depend on voter turnout, especially since the unusual election is being held on a Thursday. "Polls close around 8PM".
State attorney general candidate Tish James was also at the pep rally, which was attended by dozens of local and state lawmakers.
"Rather than apologize to Cynthia for his false anti-Semitic accusations, or apologize to New Yorkers for repeatedly lying about the mailer, Governor Cuomo chose to double down on his dirty politics".
Cuomo has a 41-point lead in the latest poll and a wide lead in fundraising, but, on closer inspection, Nixon could do better Thursday's vote than expected.
'I wanted to vote Nixon, but sadly, i don't believe she would know what the heck to do, ' explained the Trainwreck actress.
Cuomo, the son of a governor who married a daughter of Robert F Kennedy and had three children before they divorced, has traded hard on his own progressive record and outspent his competitor.
However, as outrage built over Cuomo's watery denial - his campaign pinned responsibility for the mailer on an anonymous "constituency outreach" volunteer - it emerged on Wednesday that the mailer was drafted by Cuomo's former special assistant David Lobl, now volunteering with his re-election campaign, and approved by Larry Schwartz, the governor's former secretary.
The 37-year-old made the announcement via a post to her Instagram that featured a photo of her cat and her dog. The younger Cuomo, a former Clinton administration official, controls the party's state machinery and secured endorsements from members of the party establishment.
In addition to the email, the Cuomo aide attempted to pitch the reporter through text messages, including a text that said, "Hey I got something for you on nixon...."
The mailer said Nixon opposes funding for Jewish schools, supports "racist, xenophobic" calls to boycott Israel over its treatment of Palestinians, and that she has been "silent on the rise of anti-Semitism". Cuomo denied all knowledge of the mailer's contents. Because of that, law professor and Israel advocate Alan Dershowitz tweeted to voters to "not support her bigotry".
Then she sailed into controversy and free column inches of her own - for a bagel order that incensed nearly everyone - the incongruous lox, cream cheese, tomatoes and capers on a cinnamon and raisin bun.
"Using marijuana is something that's effectively been legal for white people for a long time", she said during her interview on Cheddar.