Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be making a campaign stop in Connecticut on Thursday, ahead of the April 26 primary, according to her campaign.
It will be a public visit, but it's not clear where it will be.
Her campaign said she will discuss her plans to deal with gun violence in communities, as well as plans to break down the barriers that hold too many families back.
Clinton's daughter, Chelsea Clinton, will be in the state on Wednesday for a campaign event in Hartford.
Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ohio governor John Kasich have both visited Connecticut. Trump was in Hartford on Friday.
The candidates have also been spending money on advertising here.
Democratic candidate Senator Bernie Sanders has not visited Connecticut during the campaign cycle, but he has spent $765,000 on ads for Connecticut TV stations, according to FCC filings.