ST. LOUIS — Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is scheduled to make a campaign stop in St. Louis on Saturday.
Specific details have not been released. Sen. Claire McCaskill, an Obama supporter, announced the visit Sunday. She said it will be free and open to the public.
Obama’s two rivals for the Democratic nomination, New York Sen. Hillary Clinton and former Sen. John Edwards, were both in the St. Louis area on Jan. 19. Missouri is among nearly two dozen states holding primary elections on Feb. 5.