With delegates on the line, Republican and Democratic presidential hopefuls descended on the Philadelphia region this week.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton -- coming off a double-digit win in New York -- visited Philadelphia Wednesday with a Mothers of the Movement event with Attorney General Eric Holder at St. Paul's Baptist Church along Wallace Street in the late afternoon. She then spoke at an evening rally at the Fillmore.
Republican Ted Cruz has added another campaign stop in his swing through Pennsylvania, a week before the state's presidential primary.
Cruz held a rally Tuesday night at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. On Wednesday morning he went to an event at the Antique Automobile Club of America Museum in Hershey. Former presidential candidate Carly Fiorina also attended.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich was in Pittsburgh on Tuesday, and plans stops Thursday in suburban Philadelphia, including for a town hall on Penn State's Brandywine Campus in Media.
GOP front-runner Donald Trump (61 percent) easily beat both Cruz and Kasich in the New York primary Tuesday. He is set to appear at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington, Delaware Friday afternoon.
Bernie Sanders campaigned Tuesday afternoon in Erie, then headed to Penn State's flagship campus in State College for an evening rally. He planned to return to the Keystone State for town hall events in Scranton and Reading Thursday.
Pennsylvania and Delaware primary voters head to the polls Tuesday. Click here to get information about Pennsylvania's primary.