PHOENIX (AP) — Presidential candidates are focused on Arizona as the state's primary looms, and four of the five remaining Democratic and Republican hopefuls plan visits to the state in the coming days in advance of next Tuesday's election.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders plan campaign stops as they try to win the Democratic nomination. Sanders appears Thursday near Flagstaff and plans Tucson and metro Phoenix events Friday. Clinton plans a visit to Phoenix on Monday.
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz is holding a rally at a Phoenix Christian college Friday and GOP businessman Donald Trump is finalizing plans for a Saturday rally. Republican Gov. John Kasich of Ohio hasn't announced Arizona visits.
Television viewers are getting a taste of the campaign as Clinton and Sanders run ads.
An American Rally with special guest Ted Cruz
March 18, 7pm
Arizona Christian University
Student Activity Center
2625 E. Cactus Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85032
Bernie Sanders' A Future to Believe In Town Hall
March 17, 5pm
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort
22181 Resort Blvd.
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Donald Trump rally
March 19, 8am
Fountain Hills Community Center
13001 North La Montana Drive
Fountain Hills, AZ 85268