Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will both be back in Connecticut this weekend, according to Bridgeport city officials.
Trump, a Republican presidential candidate, will be at Klein Memorial Auditorium on Fairfield Avenue in Bridgeport from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m., city officials said.
This comes after he visits Crosby High School in Waterbury at 10 a.m. on Saturday.
Clinton will be attending a church service in Bridgeport on Sunday morning, Bridgeport officials said, but no information was available on when or exactly where.
Republican candidate Gov. John Kasich will be in Glastonbury on Friday.
According to the New Haven mayor, Bernie Sanders' campaign reached out to the city about setting up a rally in the city, but nothing has been scheduled.
"We are still exploring options to figure out what is the best route to take to get the senator to all five states voting on Tuesday and get him in front of as many people as possible," Warren Gill, Sander's regional press secretary said in an emailed statement.
Former president Bill Clinton might be going to Bridgeport on Friday night or Saturday, but no information was available on exactly when or where.
Connecticut's primaries will be on April 26.