Donald trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich answer voters' questions at a town hall in Milwaukee tomorrow.
They're vying for 42 delegates in Wisconsin next week. It's winner take all.
And like Cruz, Kasich is now backing off his pledge to support Donald Trump if trump wins the nomination. "We're going to look at it every single day, and we'll see what happens. We've got a long way to go. And I don't want to project that he's going to be the nominee," said John Kasich, (R) Presidential Candidate.
Trump and Cruz are still trading personal attacks -- the latest:
Cruz insists trump planted this tabloid story accusing Cruz of extramarital affairs. "This story is garbage. It is tabloid smear. And it came from Donald Trump and his henchmen," said Ted Cruz/ (R) Presidential Candidate
But Trump insists he had nothing to do with it . . ."For him to try to say I had something to do with it and put the shoe on the other foot is disgraceful," said Donald Trump, (R) Presidential Candidate.
Bernie sanders appears to be off the campaign trail today after winning Washington State, Alaska and Hawaii last weekend.
Pressed on whether he'd support Hillary Clinton as nominee. "It is too early to talk about that. Right now we have a lot of momentum," said Bernie Sanders, (D) Presidential Candidate.
He's pushing to win the majority of Wisconsin's 96 democratic delegates... And wants to debate Clinton in her home state, New York.
In Wisconsin, the polls are tight. Trump and Clinton lead on average by just two points.