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Walker stumping with Cruz on Sunday

Gov. Scott Walker will join U.S. Sen Ted Cruz in Green Bay on Sunday.

The two, along with U.S. Sen. Mike Lee, of Utah, and former presidential candidate Carly Fiorina, will speak at the Hyatt Regency in Green Bay, according to an event invite.

It will be a busy weekend as candidates crisscross the state ahead of the April 5 primary.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich will speak in Racine, Janesville and Madison on Saturday, while Cruz will be in Ashwaubenon for a screening of "God's Not Dead 2." The two will speak at a Milwaukee County GOP dinner tonight, with former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin appearing on behalf of Donald Trump.

Trump has town halls scheduled for Saturday in Racine, Wausau and Eau Claire. He's also doing town halls with Fox News on Sunday and in Milwaukee on Monday. He also has rallies scheduled for Sunday night in West Allis and Monday in Milwaukee.

Both Dem candidates, meanwhile, will appear at the Democratic Party's annual Founder's Day Dinner on Saturday.

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders is also speaking in Sheboygan and Green Bay today. He's also holding a rally in Eau Claire on Saturday. On Sunday, he's got a town hall in Wausau and a rally at the Kohl Center on the UW-Madison campus. And he's holding a rally in Green Bay on Monday.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, will be in Eau Claire on Saturday for an organizing event.


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