As Donald Trump cleared a likely path to the GOP nomination with a victory in Indiana Wednesday night, local attention now shifts to his rumored visit to Nebraska later this week.
The Omaha World-Hearld reports that Trump will make a campaign stop in Omaha Friday but there hasn't been an official announcement and no details have been released publicly.
Ted Cruz had an appearance scheduled in Lincoln Wednesday but canceled it after suspending his campaign Tuesday night.
Trump didn't shy away from Nebraska in his Indiana victory speech. "Now we’re going to Nebraska where I just hear we’re doing really wonderfully," Trump said from his speech in New York. "I look forward to that very much.”
So the question becomes, where would the businessman and presumed Republican nominee speak?
CenturyLink Center - One of the larger event spaces in downtown Omaha is already spoken for as it host The International, a horse-related event.
Baxter Arena - The 7,500+ seat arena is scheduled for UNO commencements at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Friday.
Ralston Arena - Omaha's other arena is also spoken for as it hosts a concert titled "Hairball, A Celebration of Arena Rock".
Of course Mr. Trump could always opt for a smaller venue or private fundraising event but that wouldn't line up with the large rallies he has held across much of the country over the past several months.
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