Lots going on in the world of politics. Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum all campaigning today during our hours. They're all in Wisconsin. Tomorrow republican voters head to the polls in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington DC. All three are looking like Romney pick -ups. Rick Santorum appeared to get a little cranky as we was asked repeatedly if its time for him to leave the race. A confident Romney, meantime, suggested he will "probably" win the nomination. Santorum is hoping to pick up his home state of Pennsylvania later this month, and then hold on until more friendly Southern primaries next month. The pressure is growing, though, for him to get out.
NEWT GINGRICH / MD
1100EDT -- Holds rally at The Frederick Motor Company, 1 Waverly Drive, Frederick, MD. FNC LIVE via LiveU
RON PAUL / TX
No events planned
MITT ROMNEY / WI
1235EDT -- Holds rally at Wisconsin Building Supply, 1990 Larsen Road, Green Bay, WI. FNC LIVE via LiveU
RICK SANTORUM / WI
1000EDT -- Holds rally at The Gathering, 2600 East Richmond Street, Shawano, WI. FNC TAPE
1230EDT -- Visits Simon's Specialty Cheese, 2735 Freedom Road, Appleton, WI. FNC LIVE via LiveU
New polling of swing states from USA Today and Gallup show President Obama is expanding a lead against Mitt Romney in a potential matchup.. especially strong with women voters.
President holding high level talks with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President Felipe Calderon of Mexico today. On the agenda? Global warming, trade, oil, and border security.
1115EDT -- POTUS hosts PM Stephen Harper of Canada and Pres Felipe Calderon of Mexico for the North American Leaders' Summit, State Dining Room. CLOSED
1200EDT -- POTUS attends a working lunch with PM Stephen Harper of Canada and Pres Felipe Calderon of Mexico, The Green Room. CLOSED
1315EDT -- POTUS holds a joint press conference with PM Stephen Harper of Canada and Pres Felipe Calderon of Mexico, The Rose Garden. FNC LIVE
ICE agents are wrapping up a week long operation targeting criminal illegal aliens. .the round up is expected to net more than 2000. William La Jeunesse is on this developing story.