GREEN BAY - Voters get ready!
With just less than two weeks until you head to the polls, the Republican presidential candidates, and their families are on the move in Wisconsin.
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney hasn't stepped on Wisconsin soil yet, but his wife Ann is already on the campaign trail.
She made an appearance in Middleton Thursday morning.
"We have a message of job creation, cutting spending in Wisconsin, balancing budgets, so we're anxious to get out and let people understand why we are running" said Ann Romney.
Mitt Romney is expected to be in Milwaukee before the primary, but his campaign has not said when.
It looks like Rick Santorum may be the first candidate voters will see in Wisconsin.
Santorum plans to make stops in Milwaukee, Sheboygan and Bellevue on Saturday.
He scheduled stops in Fond du Lac and Racine on Sunday.
There are 42 delegates up for grabs in Wisconsin.
Romney is leading the delegate count. He has 300 more than Santorum, his closest competition.
Political experts feel this could be a critical time for Santorum.
"I think it's probably his last best chance to maintain support from his donors and from the public," explained St. Norbert political science professor Charley Jacobs. "If he can win Louisiana and in Wisconsin, I think he still is going to have enough energy to get to some primaries in late April that'll be more favorable to him."
Representatives with Newt Gingrich's campaign tell FOX 11 to expect some stops next week. However, they don't know the exact locations.
Ron Paul's campaign told us there are no set plans at this point.
Jacobs feels the road may be nearing an end for both of them.
"I think that probably the establishment within the party will start putting pressure on them because the longer they stay the in race, the longer the message of the GOP is going to be fractured and confused to the electorates," Jacobs said.
Wisconsin's primary election is on April 3rd.
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