AUSTIN (KXAN) — “Super Tuesday,” the day when 14 states (including Texas) hold their primary elections, is closing in, and candidates are feverishly trying to get their message out to voters.

March 3 is a big day, especially for Democrats fighting for the party’s nomination for President. They’ll be hard on the campaign trail from now until Tuesday, and we’ve got a list of where each of the candidates will hold rallies.

We will update the list once we learn of more stops each candidate will make.

Bernie Sanders

  • Friday — Springfield, Massachusetts
  • Saturday — Boston
  • Monday — St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Tuesday — Essex Junction, Vermont

Pete Buttigieg

  • Saturday — Boise, Idaho
  • Sunday — Raleigh, North Carolina, and Dallas, Texas
  • Monday — Austin, Texas and Chula Vista, California
  • Tuesday — Michigan

Joe Biden

  • Saturday — Raliegh, N.C. and Columbia, South Carolina
  • Sunday — Selma, Ala., and Norfolk, Virginia
  • Monday — Dallas and Houston, Texas
  • Tuesday — Long Beach, California

Elizabeth Warren

  • Saturday — Little Rock, Arkansas
  • Monday — East Los Angeles, California

Amy Klobuchar

  • Friday — Falls Church, Virginia, and Nashville, Tennessee
  • Saturday — Richmond, Virginia, and Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Tuesday — St. Paul, Minnesota

Mike Bloomberg

  • Friday — Tri-Cities, Memphis and Clarksville, Tennessee
  • Saturday — Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Sunday — San Antonio, Texas
  • Tuesday — West Palm Beach, Florida

Tom Steyer

  • Monday — Houston, Texas