Hillary Clinton will campaign in Green Bay on March 29. The Democratic presidential candidate also is expected to campaign this week in Madison, Milwaukee and La Crosse in advance of the Wisconsin presidential preference primary on April 5.
An announcement from Hillary for America said the former secretary of state would address an organizing event at the Riverside Ballroom, 1560 Main St., Green Bay on March 29. The announcement did not say what time Clinton would speak. The rally is 3:45 p.m.-7 p.m.
Sanders addressed a rally in Madison on March 26 and, on the Republican side, John Kasich is expected to campaign in La Crosse, Madison and Waukesha this week while Donald Trump is due in Janesville, hometown of House Speaker Paul Ryan.
The Wisconsin primary is considered key to the delegate counts in both parties.
Sanders on March 26 won three Western caucus contests — Alaska, Hawaii and Washington.
The next big vote after Wisconsin's April 5 balloting will be the April 19 primary in New York.
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