CHICAGO (AP) - The Latest developments in the presidential campaign ahead of Illinois' Tuesday primaries (all times local):
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is planning a rally at the University of Illinois as part of his campaign stops in the state.
The Vermont senator's campaign says he'll discuss his plan to provide free tuition at public colleges, among other topics, during Saturday's event in Champaign.
Sanders also is holding a Friday night rally in the Chicago suburb of Summit.
His Democratic rival, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, spoke at a rally in Vernon Hills on Thursday.
Republican candidates Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich also are campaigning in Illinois ahead of Tuesday's primary.
More candidates for president are making stops in Illinois as they make a final push before a Tuesday primary that could make or break some campaigns.
Republicans Donald Trump and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and Democratic candidate U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders have events Friday.
Cruz will address a closed-door, big-dollar Illinois Republican Party fundraiser at a Chicago hotel and a GOP dinner in Rolling Meadows.
Trump is holding a rally at the University of Illinois at Chicago that's expected to draw thousands of protesters.
Sanders will be at a high school in the Chicago suburb of Summit. He also released three new TV ads on Friday.
Sanders' rival for the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton, was in Vernon Hills on Thursday.
There are 69 delegates at stake in Illinois' Republican primary, while Democrats will award 182 delegates.
Former President Bill Clinton will be in Peoria campaigning in the Democratic presidential primary for his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton's campaign says the former president will hold a get out the vote event on Friday in central Illinois ahead of the state's Tuesday primary. The campaign says Bill Clinton "will lay out Hillary Clinton's plan to raise wages and break down the barriers that hold too many Illinoisans back." He'll also promote early voting, which is available until Monday.
The event will be at the International Union of Operating Engineers.
Clinton faces Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is planning a campaign stop in the Chicago suburb of Summit on Friday night.
As Republicans debated in Florida, Hillary Clinton was campaigning in Illinois and warning voters about the perils of loose talk.
Without mentioning Donald Trump by name, Clinton said Thursday night in Vernon Hills that "when you run for president, it matters what you say." She says people around the world "watch us so closely" and she notes that when she lost to Barack Obama in 2008, she endorsed him and later served as his secretary of state.
Clinton says she's been getting messages "from a lot of the leaders I know from around the world and their message basically is, 'What is happening?'"
Clinton says, "hopefully this is just a momentary lapse and that we will all come to our senses" and have an election based on ideas and who can get things done.
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