LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas is the epicenter for the 2020 Presidential election. Seven Democratics running for the White House will be in town.
Former Housing Secretary Julian Castro and Former Texas Representative Beto O’Rourke will be in Las Vegas campaigning on Friday, April 26. Castro will speak with Hispanic students at Rancho High School, and have a public meet-and-greet at "Makers and Finders" in Downtown Las Vegas.
O’Rourke will hold a town hall with a Democrat student group at UNLV, and an event Friday night at "Lovelady Brewing" in Henderson.
A big union event is also taking place with the candidates.
The S.E.I.U forum includes Castro, O’Rourke, Senators Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warran, and Amy Klobuchar, Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton, and former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper.
Las Vegas has also seen campaign stops from Senator Cory Booker, Washington Governor Jay Inslee, and businessman Andrew Yang.
So far, 19 of the 21 Democratic Presidential candidates have made stops in southern Nevada.