COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Ohio’s capital city was the focus point for the national Democratic party on Sunday.
Presidential candidates Berine Sanders and Hillary Clinton made stops in Columbus before Ohio’s primary election on Tuesday.
Sanders held a rally at the Schottenstein Center just off of the Ohio State University campus, drawing thousands of supporters.
Clinton made a stop at a Marion bakery to sit down and discuss the issues with local residents.
Both candidates spoke at the Ohio Democratic Party Legacy Dinner held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center before making appearances at the CNN town hall event.