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The 42nd President is expected around 11:30 a.m. Doors will open an hour before that.
It's President Clinton's first trip to Indiana since 2012 when he stumped for Joe Donnelly and John Gregg.
Hillary Clinton, in the meantime, will speak in Munster and in Mishawaka today. While her campaign e-mails are still talking about the primary fight with Bernie Sanders, her public speeches have taken a turn towards talking about Donald Trump.
Speaking of Bernie, he's holding town halls on the Purdue campus and on the IU campus on Wednesday. The Purdue event will be at the Cordova Recreation Center with the doors opening at 9:00 a.m. The IU event will be at the IU Auditorium with the doors opening at 5:00 p.m.
Trump will be back in town, quizzically, on Wednesday. He's speaking with Bob Knight at the Indiana State Fairgrounds again. I'm not sure why Trump thinks speaking in the same location with a man who really hasn't been relevant in Indiana in 16 years is a good idea, but it's his dime, right?
Ted Cruz, so far, has worked the hardest of any candidate. He's been all over Central Indiana. His well-publicized deal with John Kasich to attempt to block Trump from getting Indiana's delegates on May 3 has drawn criticism from within Republican ranks. It might turn out to benefit Trump in the end.
Indiana is right in the middle of this fray on both sides of the aisle.