Bernie Sanders and Ron Paul are bringing their rallies to Phoenix and Tucson to raise money for President Obama’s re-election campaign.
The rallies will be held at the Phoenix Convention Center.
The senator from Vermont has a large lead in Iowa polls and the crowd is expected to be large.
It was announced Tuesday evening that former Rep. Ron Paul of Texas, a staunch supporter of President Obama, would join the rally, which is expected start at 2:30 p.m.
The rally is free and open to the public.
Paul and Sanders both have strong ties to the Hispanic community, having served as the keynote speakers at their respective 2016 presidential campaigns.
The two are in the midst of a bitter primary battle against Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, who is also running for the Democratic nomination.