Presidential Hopefuls Making Iowa Stops

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DES MOINES, Iowa — Two presidential candidates and one likely candidate are holding events in Iowa this week.

Republican Mike Huckabee will start Tuesday in Cedar Falls and then make his way to the Des Moines metro in the afternoon.

Huckabee is hosting meet and greets in Cedar Falls and Marshalltown in the morning and he’ll be at the Pizza Ranch in Story City at noon. Huckabee will then head to Crossroads Shooting Sports in Johnston at 2:00 p.m.

The former Arkansas governor was not at this past weekend’s Lincoln Dinner that hosted 11 White House hopefuls.

Potential presidential candidate and former governor of Texas, Republican Rick Perry, will be in eastern Iowa Tuesday

Perry hosts a meet and greet in DeWitt in the morning.  He’s been making campaign-style stops since finishing his third term as governor back in January.

Perry is expected to announce his plans to run for president on June 4th.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is waking up in Iowa, heading to Cedar Falls Tuesday to talk small businesses.

Clinton was in Mason City Monday, saying she would increase the minimum wage, and make it a priority to lower college debt.

The former Secretary of State spoke at a home in Mason City, saying small groups give her a chance to really connect to the people she’s visiting.