BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Three Presidential candidates will stop in the Queen City over the next 7 days. Bernie Sanders on Monday, Ted Cruz on Friday, and Trump on Sunday.
A time and location has not yet been determined for Cruz by his campaign, but according to his staff, it will be more of a gathering and less of a rally.
Donald Trump visited Rochester on Sunday, exactly one week ahead of his Buffalo stop.
Thousands of people gathered for his speech at the Greater Rochester International Airport.
At the event, Trump spoke to the crowd about a number of topics, including unemployment, immigration, and the economy.
Trump said, “I know Rochester is a special place, I’ve known Rochester for a long time, and you know we are going to make it better! Okay, we are going to make it better!”
Trump is scheduled to stop at the First Niagara Center on Sunday, April 17th at 7PM.
Democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders will be at the University at Buffalo at 7PM Monday. Sanders will speak at the Alumni Arena.
The New York Primary is April 19th.