Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump is headed to Wisconsin next week.
Trump's website says he'll appear Tuesday at a conference center in Janesville, Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan's hometown. Ryan delivered a veiled rebuke to Trump's divisive campaign rhetoric Wednesday, decrying in a speech how ugly politics have become.
The presidential candidates have been ramping up their presence in the state ahead of the state's April 5 primary.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz both made campaign stops outside Milwaukee on Wednesday. Cruz planned to campaign in the state Thursday and Friday.
Chelsea Clinton was scheduled to visit Madison campaign officers on behalf of her mother, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, on Thursday. Clinton's opponent, Bernie Sanders, planned an appearance at Madison's Alliant Energy Center on Saturday.