Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign says she will make several stops in Wisconsin next week.
Clinton is expected to hold events in Madison, Milwaukee, La Crosse, and Green Bay next Monday and Tuesday, where a campaign release says she will “discuss her plans to break down all the barriers that hold Americans back, and encourage Wisconsinites to take advantage of the last week of early voting.”
Specific dates and times for the campaign events are due to be released later.
Clinton’s stops come as the other four major candidates look to pick up delegates in Wisconsin. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who is also seeking the Democratic nomination, is set to hold a rally in Madison this weekend.
On the Republican side, Texas Senator Ted Cruz continues a sweep of the state with stops in Oshkosh and Green Bay today, Ohio Governor John Kasich has scheduled town hall events Monday in La Crosse and Madison, and front-runner Donald Trump will hold a rally Tuesday afternoon in Janesville. All three GOP candidates are also expected to attend a forum hosted by CNN Tuesday night in Milwaukee.