INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The presidential contenders are ramping up their Indiana operations in the last full week of campaigning ahead of the state’s May 3 primary election.
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton has mobilized a coalition of Indiana lawmakers and community leaders for support. Her campaign announced a stop in Indiana on Tuesday, but did not provide location information, as of Sunday night.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders recently made a large television ad buy in the state.
Republican front-runner Donald Trump and his opponent Texas Sen. Ted Cruz have already made stops in the state, and each is expected to do more. Ohio Gov. John Kasich plans a first visit Tuesday.
U.S. Reps. Marlin Stutzman and Todd Young also will be making last pitches to voters in their contest for the seat being left open by retiring U.S. Senator Dan Coats.