Sanders, Warren to Ohio as Clinton slides in polls
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The senators are scheduled to appear at five events. Sanders (I-Vt.) is slated to swing through Canton, Kent and Akron on Saturday, while Warren (D-Mass.) will spend the day in Columbus followed by a Sunday event in Cleveland. 

Clinton's lead in Ohio appears to have evaporated, with two recent polls showing GOP nominee Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Republicans push Mulvaney, Trump to rescind Gateway funds Pruitt spent K flying aides to Australia to prep for later-canceled visit: report Rosenstein told Trump he is not a target of Mueller probe: report MORE ahead. 

Trump held a rally in Canton on Wednesday night, hours after a CNN/ORC poll found him up by 4 percent. A Bloomberg poll from that same day found Trump up 5 percent, while a CBS News/YouGov poll released Sunday showed Clinton up 7 points. 
 
Clinton held a 5 percent lead in RealClearPolitics's average last month, but Trump now leads by a hair. 
 
Warren and Sanders are expected to highlight Clinton's call for free community college and debt-free college, according to a release from the Clinton campaign.