- Associated Press - Monday, April 4, 2016

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The Latest on Democratic presidential campaign visits to Wyoming (all times local):

10:40 a.m.

Wyoming is getting attention from the Democratic presidential campaigns as party members get ready to pick delegates.

Bill Clinton campaigned in Cheyenne on Monday while Jane Sanders and activist Jim Hightower are hosting town hall meetings in Casper and Cheyenne on Monday and Tuesday. Bernie Sanders will also hold a rally on Tuesday in Laramie at the University of Wyoming.

The Casper Star Tribune (https://bit.ly/1VqAAZf ) reports that hundreds of people lined up to hear Bill Clinton talk at the Kiwanis Community House while four protesters from Wheatland and Gillette held anti-Hillary Clinton and pro-coal signs.

The visits come before Wyoming Democrats hold county conventions and caucuses on Saturday to pick delegates for the state convention in May.

Wyoming will ultimately send 18 delegates to the national convention. Four are already committed to Hillary Clinton.

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8:10 a.m.

Wyoming is getting attention from the Democratic presidential campaigns as party members get ready to pick delegates.

Bill Clinton is set to campaign Monday in Cheyenne while Jane Sanders and activist Jim Hightower will host town hall meetings in Casper and Cheyenne on Monday and Tuesday. Bernie Sanders will also hold a rally on Tuesday in Laramie at the University of Wyoming.

The visits come before Wyoming Democrats hold county conventions and caucuses on Saturday to pick delegates for the state convention in May.

Wyoming will ultimately send 18 delegates to the national convention. Four are already committed to Hillary Clinton.

Both campaigns had planned to visit Wyoming last month but canceled because of the big snow storm.


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