Protesters in Arizona on Saturday were trying to shut down the only road leading to GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump rally in the Arizona, ahead of a full day of campaign events in the border state, which holds key primaries Tuesday.
The town hall-style meeting was in Fountain Hills, Ariz., near Scottsdale, and was followed by a bigger rally in Phoenix Convention Center.
Trump, who early in his campaign visited the border, leads the GOP field in Arizona with 34 percent of the vote, followed by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz at 21 percent and Ohio Gov. John Kasich at 13 percent.
The rallies and protest follow a local border patrol union of Friday supporting Trump.