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.
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.
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.