By Mark Abrams
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia region will be getting its share of attention today from presidential hopefuls a day ahead of Tuesday’s Pennsylvania primary.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is due in town for a quick stop at 10 a.m. for handshakes and a brief conversation with the late breakfast crowd at the Penrose Diner in South Philadelphia.
Next up, is Republican front runner Donald Trump, who plans to attend a 4 p.m. rally on the campus of West Chester University.
Republican Senator Ted Cruz is a no-show in Pennsylvania. He’s in Indiana.
Democratic hopeful, Senator Bernie Sanders has two events tonight.
The Sanders campaign has a rally at the Drexel campus athletic center at 8 p.m.
Meanwhile, Sanders will take the stage at the National Constitution Center at 8 p.m. for a one-hour town hall appearance to be broadcast on cable television.
The Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton is in town for a 7:30 p.m. rally in the courtyard outside Philadelphia City Hall.
She will then shuttle over to the National Constitution Center for a 9 p.m. one-hour town hall appearance, also to be broadcast on cable television.