Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will make his second campaign visit to Wisconsin this weekend.
Sanders plans to hold a rally in Madison Saturday at the Alliant Energy Center, the same venue where he drew a crowd last July of more than 10,000 people. The Vermont Senator is running against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who has not yet announced any personal appearances in the state.
Candidates from both parties are turning their attention to Wisconsin, ahead of the state’s April 5 presidential preference primary. Republicans John Kasich and Ted Cruz have both made stops this week, while GOP front-runner Donald Trump has planned a rally with supporters next Tuesday in Janesville.