INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WOWO): Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz will be making several stops in Indiana over the next two weeks.
Indiana’s May 3rd primary is the first time in decades the Hooiser state’s had a meaningful say in the presidential selection process, and that’s not lost on either candidate.
Trump’s campaign tells the Indy Star he’s planning several appearances throughout the state, including an expected meeting with employees of United Technologies, who announced earlier this year they were moving 2100 jobs to Mexico.
Trump has an office in Fort Wayne, but right now there’s no word on if he’ll be visiting it personally.
Meanwhile, Cruz will be attending the Indiana GOP’s spring fundraising dinner Thursday night.
Ohio governor John Kasich, also a GOP presidential candidate, plans on campaigning in Indiana but has not yet announced any firm plans.