Donald Trump will be back in Connecticut this weekend.
The Republican presidential candidate will be at the Crosby High School in Waterbury at 10 a.m. on Saturday. Doors will open at 7 a.m.
Then, he is heading to Bridgeport on Saturday afternoon. He will be at the Klein Memorial Auditorium on Fairfield Avenue from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m., city officials said.
Thousands gathered last Friday in Hartford when Trump held a campaign rally.
Fellow Republican candidate, Gov. John Kasich will be in Glastonbury on Friday, prior to Trump's visit.
Hillary Clinton made her own campaign stop in Hartford today, where she discussed gun violence.
She is also expected to come back to the state this weekend and visit Bridgeport. Bridgeport city officials said she will be attending a church service on Sunday morning, but no information was available on when or exactly where.
Former president Bill Clinton might be going to Bridgeport on Friday night or Saturday, but no information was available on exactly when or where.
According to the New Haven mayor, Bernie Sanders' campaign has reached out to the city about setting up a rally in the city, but nothing has been scheduled.
Connecticut's primary is on April 26.