Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made a campaign stop in Hartford on Thursday, where she held a panel discussion on gun violence, and she will be in Connecticut on Saturday and Sunday as well.
She will campaign in New Haven on Saturday, according to her campaign, and she will hold a public event in Bridgeport on Sunday.
Clinton will be discussing her plans to raise incomes for families and break down the barriers that hold Americans back, her campaign said.
Officials from Bridgeport said Clinton will be attending a church service in Bridgeport on Sunday morning, but no information was available on when or exactly where.
The primary is on Tuesday and Connecticut will be getting several political visits.
Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders is expected in Connecticut on Monday. Sources said he will be in Hartford.
New Haven officials said the city has issued a permit for the Sanders campaign to hold an event Sunday evening on the New haven Green, but they said they cannot speak for the campaign.
Ohio Governor and Republican presidential candidate John Kasich will be in Connecticut today. He will be at Glastonbury High School for a 5:30 p.m. event.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump appeared in Hartford last week and will be in Waterbury and Bridgeport on Saturday morning.