Florida Senator and GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio is scheduled to make a campaign stop in Wichita this Friday Mar. 4, just before the Kansas Caucuses on Saturday, Mar. 5. The event is slated for 1:45 p.m. according to social media listings, but a specific location has yet to be announced. The event is free to attend, but registration is required. Registration information is available here.
Rubio isn't the only 2016 presidential hopeful to take interest in Wichita, however.
Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton opened a Wichita office this month. Located at 2911 East Douglas, the office will serve as a hub for campaign organizers and volunteers, allowing a place for to launch phone banks, hold organizing meetings, and canvass in the area.
Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders also has a Wichita office, located at 1716 East Douglas. The office’s main function is to organize volunteer efforts including telephone banks and gathering Wichita supporters together for debate and caucus watch parties.