Pete Buttigieg holds rally in Las Vegas ahead of Nevada Democratic caucus

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LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Presidential candidates made campaign stops all around the valley on Sunday, including Pete Buttigieg. The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana held a rally at Rancho High School where just over 1,000 people attended.

The rally came a day after the first day of early voting for the Nevada Democratic caucus.

Line of people wait to attend Pete Buttigieg rally at Rancho High School.

Hollywood producer and actor Keegan-Michael Key gave his remarks before Buttigieg took the stage. He shared why he supports the Democratic candidate and also led a Q and A session with him.

Keegan-Michael Key addresses the crowd before Pete Buttigieg takes the stage at Rancho High School.

Some of the bigger topics Buttigieg spoke about were healthcare and gun reform.

On Sunday, Pete Buttigieg also attended a Planned Parenthood Action Fund event in Henderson, as well as the United for Infrastructure’s Moving American Forward Forum at UNLV.

8 News Now spoke one-on-one with Pete Buttigieg, discussing how he plans to appeal to minority voters and why he is a better option compared to other moderates in the 2020 race.

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