- Associated Press - Tuesday, March 29, 2016

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are organizing in Pennsylvania as some Republican Party leaders are shifting their support in the contested primary.

Meanwhile, Sanders is making his first campaign visit to Pennsylvania, holding a morning rally at Pittsburgh’s David L. Lawrence Convention Center.

Pennsylvania’s April 26 primary is four weeks away, and voter registration is now closed with slightly over 4 million Democrats and slightly over 3 million Republicans.

Pennsylvanians will weigh in on the Republican and Democratic primaries for president, and pick party nominees for Congress, state attorney general and state Legislature.

Sanders and Clinton now have offices open in Pittsburgh, Scranton and Harrisburg. Meanwhile, Ohio Gov. John Kasich is picking up more support from the party elite now that the GOP presidential field has narrowed to three.

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