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On the presidential campaign trail: Where the candidates will be

Where the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates will be today:

Hillary Clinton

• Roundtable on jobs at noon at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.

• Rally at 2 p.m. at Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum downtown.

• Campaign stop at 6 p.m. in Rochester at Monroe Community College’s Brighton Campus.

John Kasich

• Rally at noon at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn.

• Campaign stop at 6 p.m. at Le Moyne College in Syracuse.

Bernie Sanders

• Rally this afternoon in Brooklyn with appearance by actor Mark Ruffalo.

• Rally later this afternoon in Brooklyn with appearance by actress Susan Sarandon.

Donald Trump

• An appearance in California has been canceled so he can keep campaigning in New York, his campaign says.

Where the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates will appear in the coming days:

Hillary Clinton

• Fundraiser Sunday in Virginia with Gov. Terry McAuliffe.

• Fundraiser Monday morning in Mount Kisco at the home of Marco Masotti and Tracy Stein.

• Fundraiser Monday night in Glen Cove with Rep. Steve Israel.

• Three fundraisers in Florida on Tuesday.

Ted Cruz

• Cruz is to schedule an appearance in Buffalo next week.

• Rally on Monday morning in Irvine, Calif.

• Rally on Monday evening in San Diego.

John Kasich

• Rally at 11 a.m. Saturday at Greece Town Hall, near Rochester.

• Town hall-style meeting at 4 p.m. Saturday at Iona College in New Rochelle.

• At Rockland County Republican Party’s Lincoln Day Victory Ball on Saturday night.

• Town hall-style meeting Monday afternoon in Saratoga Springs.

Bernie Sanders

• Rally at 7 p.m. Monday at the University at Buffalo’s Alumni Arena.

• “Community conversation” Saturday at Apollo Theater in Harlem.

• Rally at 6 p.m. Wednesday in Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village in Manhattan.

• Traveling to the Vatican on April 15.

Donald Trump

• Rally on Sunday in Rochester, according to the Democrat & Chronicle.

Rally at 7 p.m. April 17 in First Niagara Center.

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